Law Containing The General Estimates For The Fiscal Year 2011 (1)

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30 MAI 2011. - Act containing the General Estimates for fiscal year 2011 (1)



ALBERT II, King of the Belgians,
To all, present and to come, Hi.
The House of Representatives adopted and sanctioned the following:
CHAPTER 1er. - General provisions
Art. 1-01-1
This Act regulates a matter referred to in Article 74, 3° of the Constitution.
Art. 1-01-2
The 2011 General Estimates are approved:
1° with respect to the appropriations provided for the holdings, in accordance with the table annexed to this Act;
2° with respect to appropriations by programme, in accordance with the totals of the programmes contained in the budgets by section and by base allowance, annexed to this Act.
Art. 1-01-3
By derogation from article 19, third paragraph, 2°, b, of the Act of 22 May 2003 on the organization of the budget and accounting of the federal state, the liquidation credits cover the amounts that may be ordered during the fiscal year in accordance with the obligations previously incurred.
This exemption applies only to sections 12 - SPF Justice, 13 - SPF Interior, 16 - Ministry of Defence, 17 - Federal Police and Integrated Functioning and 46 - SPP Scientific Policy.
Art. 1-01-4
§ 1er. Provision for programmes related to administrative costs, known as subsistence programmes, includes:
1. Generally any remuneration and allowances of active and lay-off staff, the remuneration or wages of auxiliary staff, the allowances for higher and special duties, the intervention in public transit subscriptions, the compensation for occupational accidents - including the payment of these allowances to family members of the victim in the event of death - as well as the reduced remuneration or wages of temporary or auxiliary personnel, accidented in service.
2. Other expenses of the social service.
3. Permanent costs for non-expendable property and services:
- Lawyers and doctors fees - Civil, Administrative and Criminal Affairs Justice Expenses - Attendance fees, travel and residence fees for persons outside the State administration - Remunerations of foreign experts to the Administration and third-party benefits;
- Consumption expenses related to the occupancy of premises - including energy consumption expenses "mazout, gas, petrol, electricity, coal" - and maintenance expenses - Office fees, transport, taxes, retributions, department publications, vocational training, clothing and other small administrative expenses;
- Generally any allowances to State personnel for real expenses and material damage, transportation costs for service trips and insurance premiums from departmental delegates travelling abroad.
4. Miscellaneous operating expenses related to computing.
5. Exceptional expenses for the purchase of non-expendable goods and services, such as work and supplies for the development of new premises and moving expenses.
6. Real property rents and related taxes from the various departments of the department, paid without the intervention of the Buildings Board.
7. Other costs related to the operation of services that are detailed in the subsistence programmes.
8. Expenditures for the acquisition of non-expendable furniture: machinery, furniture, equipment and means of land transport.
9. Investment expenditures related to IT.
§ 2. By derogation from section 52, paragraph 1er, 1°, of the law of 22 May 2003 on the organization of the budget and accounting of the federal state, the appropriations of the basic allowances relating to the remuneration and allowances generally of any "11.00.03 - Final and internary statutory staff" and "11.00.04 - Non-statusary staff" as well as the basic allowances 12.00.48 and 12.21.48, may be distributed among themselves and exclusively among them within the budget.
This exemption does not apply to the basic allowances for the expenses of the strategic bodies of ministers and state secretaries.
§ 3. By derogation from section 52, paragraph 1er, 1°, of the Act of 22 May 2003 on the organization of the budget and accounting of the federal state, the appropriations of the basic allowances 1100.05 and 1140.05 - Social service expenses - and basic allowances for operating and investment expenses provided by economic codes 12 and 74, specific or non-specific and non-subject to a subsistence program, may be redistributed to each other and exclusively within the same section of the budget.
This exemption does not apply to basic allowances for the expenses of the strategic bodies of ministers and state secretaries, nor to basic allowances 12.00.48 and 12.21.48.
§ 4. By derogation from paragraph 3, the y-base allocations may be redistributed, within the same section of the budget, also to basic allocations 21.00.01 and 21.40.01.
§ 5. By derogation from Article 52 of the Act of 22 May 2003 on the organization of the budget and accounting of the federal state and without prejudice to the provisions of §§ 2 to 4, the chair of the relevant steering committee may, after the agreement of the chair of the steering committee of the SPF Budget and Management Control, redistribute the commitment credits on the one hand and the liquidation credits on the other hand of the basic allowances. However, the proposed increases cannot exceed a maximum amount of EUR 50,000 per basic allowance. Where the same basic allowance is subject to successive increases, the amounts are added for the purposes of this provision.
This exemption does not apply to the basic allowances for the expenses of the strategic bodies of ministers and state secretaries.
Art. 1-01-5
By derogation from Article 40 of the Acts on State Accounting, coordinated on 17 July 1991, the payment of birth allowances and burial allowances shall be made in accordance with the rules laid down in Article 41, paragraph 1erSame laws.
Art. 1-01-6
Provision can be made to lawyers, experts and judicial officers acting on behalf of the State.
Art. 1-01-7
By derogation from Article 48, paragraph 3 of the Act of 22 May 2003 on the organization of the budget and accounting of the Federal State, subsidies may be granted, pursuant to Article 43 of the special law of 12 January 1989 on the Brussels Institutions, and in charge of the Fund for the Financing of the International Role and the Capital Function of Brussels.
CHAPTER 2. - Special provisions of departments
Section 02. - SPF Chancellery of the Prime Minister
Art. 2.02.1
Derogation from art. 66 of the Act of 22 May 2003 on the organization of the federal budget and accounting, advances of up to EUR 250,000 may be made to the accountant of the SPF Chancellery of the Prime Minister.
By means of these advances, the accountant may make the payment of claims of any kind, including the purchase of tangible property, not exceeding EUR 1,000.
Art. 2.02.2
Within the limits of the basic allowances concerned, the following subsidies may be granted:
PROGRAMME 31/1. - EXTERNAL COMMUNICATION
1. Subsides the International Press Centre "Residence Palace";
2. Subsides to the A.S.B.L. "Museum of Europe";
3. Any subsidies in the context of the information and communication missions approved by the Council of Ministers;
4. Subsides to the Belgian Foundation of vocation f.u.p. and asbl. Fonds belge de la vocation;
5. Subsidy of the European Movement - Belgium;
6. Subordinate to the ABL Beltomundial;
7. Various subsidies to institutions and associations within the framework of the Belgian Presidency of the European Union in 2010.
8. Subside at the Belgian Film Festival;
9. Subside to the Brussels International Tourist and Congress;
10. Subside to the German Marshall Fund.
PROGRAMME 31/2. - BI-CULTURAL INSTITUTIONS
1. Subside to the Royal Theatre of the Mint;
2. Subsides to the National Orchestra of Belgium;
3. Subside at the Palais des Beaux-Arts.
PROGRAMME 32/3. - SOCIAL PROVISIONS
Trade union bonuses.
Art. 2.02.3
The Prime Minister is authorized to pass, in the interest of the Treasury and provided that public procurement legislation is respected, exchange agreements to encourage the renewal of the ITC Shared Services equipment.
Art. 2.02.4
Within the limits of the credits listed in program 21/1 "Network ICT", can also be adjusted - in addition to the recurring operating costs and investments - of any kind related to presumed services, as well as to the installation and maintenance of the software and equipment of the various user services connected to the ITC network.
Art. 2.02.5
The External Communications Branch is authorized to make expenditures for information and communication missions to federal and programmatory public services. To this end, the External Communications Branch, through the CPI, receives advances from the SPF and SPPs concerned prior to the payment of these expenses.
Art. 2.02.6
By derogation from Article 1-01-4, § 2 and 3 of this Act, a new breakdown of the commitment credits of Basic Allowance 31.11.1211.27 may be carried out by means of a redistribution - "Different expenditures relating to external communication", within Program 31/1 - "External communication".
Art. 2.02.7
By derogation from Article 18, § 1, 2° of the Law of 19 April 1963 creating a public establishment known as the Royal Theatre of the Mint, amended in particular by Royal Decree No. 545 of 31 March 1987 concerning the Royal Theatre of the Mint, the 2010 subsidy to the Royal Theatre of the Mint (AB 31.20.41 40.21) is paid for 75% in the first quarter.
The balance will be transmitted each time in 3 equal instalments for October, November and December.
Art. 2.02.8
Pursuant to Article 18 of the Act of 22 April 1958, which is the status of the National Orchestra of Belgium, the 2010 subsidy to the National Orchestra of Belgium (AB 31.20.41.40.22) is paid for 75% in the first quarter.
The balance will be transmitted each time in 3 equal instalments for October, November and December.
Art. 2.02.9
Pursuant to Article 13, 3° of the Law of 7 May 1999 establishing the Palais des Beaux-Arts in the form of an anonymous society of public law with social purpose and amending the Act of 30 March 1995 concerning the distribution networks of broadcasting programs and the exercise of radiodistribution activities in the bilingual region of Brussels-Capital and by derogation of art. 32 of the management contract between the Belgian State and the anonymous society of public law with social purpose " Palais des Beaux-arts" of 18/11/2002, approved by the AAR of 2/12/2002 (Belgian Monitor 21/12/2002) subsidies 2010 to SA of public law with social purpose Palais des Beaux-arts' (AB 31.20.4140.25) is paid for 75% in the first quarter.
The balance will be transmitted each time in 3 equal instalments for October, November and December.
Section 03. - SPF Budget and Management Control
Art. 2.03.1
By derogation from section 66 of the Act of 22 May 2003 on the organization of the budget and accounting of the Federal State, advances of up to EUR 500,000 may be made to the accountants of the SPF Budget and Management Control.
Using these advances, the accountant is authorized to pay any receivables of any kind, including the acquisition of movable property, the amount of which does not exceed EUR 5,500.
Can be paid through these advances regardless of the amounts:
(1) Social expenditure;
(2) costs for foreign missions and for the posting of correspondence, as well as advances related thereto.
The Accountant responsible for the payment of foreign mission fees is authorized to make the necessary advances to officials sent on mission abroad.
Art. 2.03.2
The provision under program 41/1 may, after agreement of the Minister of Budget, be apportioned as required, by Royal Order, between the appropriate programs of the budgets of the departments concerned.
By derogation from Article 5, paragraph 2, of the Act of 16 March 1954 on the control of certain public interest bodies, the distribution by royal decree of this provisional credit may also increase the State's financial intervention in favour of public interest bodies.
Royal decrees with partial distribution of the aforementioned provisional credit, taken in accordance with Article 10 § 1erof the Financial Law of 22 December 2010 for the fiscal year 2011 or in accordance with Article 10, § 1er, of the Act of 11 April 2011 opening interim appropriations for the months of April, May and June 2011, remain in force, mutatis mutandis, on the basis of paragraph 1 of this section.
Section 04. - Personal SPF and Organization
Art. 2.04.1
By derogation from section 66 of the Act of 22 May 2003 on the organization of the federal budget and accounting, advances of up to EUR 250,000 may be made to the accountants of the services and institutions whose expenses are recorded in this section.
By means of these advances, accountants are allowed to pay all service fees not exceeding 5.500 EUR, as well as, regardless of the amounts, the costs of water consumption, gas, electricity, telephone, fuel and fuel for cars and any allowances and allowances of any kind allocated to the budget.
Can be paid in advances, regardless of the amounts:
(1) Social expenditure;
(2) costs for foreign missions and for the posting of correspondence, as well as advances related thereto.
Accountants charged with payment of foreign mission fees are authorized to make advances to officials sent on mission abroad.
Art. 2.04.2
Within the limits of the basic allowances concerned, the following subsidies may be granted:
PROGRAMME 21/0. - DIRECTION AND MANAGEMENT
Subsides to the A.S.B.L. "Social Service of the Department of Public Service" on the basic allowance 04.21.01.1140.05.
PROGRAMME 31/1. - PERSONNEL AND ORGANIZATION
Grants relating to the promotion or study of the public service in general, the improvement of the staff culture, the policy of equal opportunities and diversity within the federal state can be awarded to the basic allowance 04.31.10.3300.01.
PROGRAMME 31/2. - TRAINING
1° Contributions to the International Institute of Administrative Sciences on Basic Allocation 04.31.20.33.00.24;
2° Contributions to the European Institute of Public Administration in Maastricht on the basic allowance 04.31.20.33.00.24;
3° Intervention for training activities organized by representative trade union organizations on the basic allowance 04.31.20.33.00.23.
Art. 2.04.3
The provision for the basic allowance 04.31.10.01.00.02 may, after agreement of the Minister of Budget, be apportioned as required by royal decree between the appropriate programmes of the budgets of the departments concerned.
By derogation from Article 5, paragraph 2, of the Act of 16 March 1954 relating to the control of certain public bodies, the distribution by royal decree of this provisional credit may also increase the State's financial intervention in favour of these public bodies.
Art. 2.04.4
The treasury account on which the remuneration and various allowances are charged for the final and intern statutory staff and the contractual staff of the Federal Administration Selection Office (SELOR), Separate Management Status Service, may present a debtor balance of up to EUR 450,000. In the event that this amount exceeds, the Minister of Budget may decide an exemption, in agreement with the Minister of Finance, on the basis of a reasoned record.
Art. 2.04.5
The Minister of Public Service is authorized, in litigation, to make transactions and make payments to the Caisse des Dépôts et Consignations.
Section 05
SPF Information and Communication Technology
Art. 2.05.1
By derogation from section 66 of the Act of 22 May 2003 on the organization of the budget and accounting of the Federal State, advances of up to EUR 250,000 may be made to the accountants of the services and institutions whose expenses are included in this section.
By means of these advances, accountants may make the payment of claims of any kind, including the purchase of personal property, not exceeding EUR 5,500, as well as, regardless of the amounts, the cost of water consumption, gas, electricity, telephone, fuel and fuel for motor cars, as well as any allowances and allowances of any kind allocated to the budget.
Can be paid through these advances regardless of the amounts:
(1) Social expenditure;
(2) costs for foreign missions and for the posting of correspondence, as well as advances related thereto.
Accountants charged with payment of foreign mission fees are authorized to make advances to officials sent on mission abroad.
Art. 2.05.2
By derogation from Article 1-01-4, § 2 and § 3, of this Law, the basic allowances relating to remuneration and allowances generally of any kind " 1100.03 - Statutory staff and trainee" and " 1100.04 - Staff other than statutory ", as well as the basic allowance " 1211.20 - Contracts for the provision of services by a.s.b.l. Egov
Art. 2.05.3
Within the limits of the basic allowances concerned, the following subsidies may be granted:
PROGRAMME 21/0. - DIRECTION AND MANAGEMENT
Subsidy to the A.S.B.L. "Social Service of the Department of Public Service" on the basic allowance 05.21.01.11.40.05
PROGRAMME 31/1. - TECHNOLOGY FOR INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION
- ASBL Egov allocation on basic allowance 05.31.1.033.00.01.
- ASBL Problématique ICT allocation on basic allowance 05.31.10.33.00.02.
Grants through collaboration between FEDICT and national and international organizations for projects of general interest in ITC relating to citizens.
Section 12. - SPF Justice
Art. 2.12.1
By derogation from section 15 of the Act of 29 October 1846 on the organization of the Court of Auditors:
(a) advances of up to EUR 2,500 000 may be made to the Department's extraordinary accountants. By means of these advances, the Department's extraordinary accountants are authorized to pay all service charges not exceeding EUR 12,500, as well as, regardless of the amounts, water consumption charges, gas, electricity, telephone, fuel and fuel for motor cars, as well as any allowances of any kind allocated to the budget and expenses incurred when the civil liability of the State is incurred;
(b) advances in the amount of up to EUR 875 000 may be made to the extraordinary accountants of the Management Service Budget and Management Control responsible for the payment of lump sum allowances to members of the State Security and Houses of Justice;
(c) advances of funds of up to EUR 2,500 000 may be made to the extraordinary accountants of the Department responsible for the payment of assistance to victims of intentional acts of violence granted by the ad hoc Commission.
Extraordinary Accountants of the Department responsible for payment of advances on mission charges abroad are authorized to make the necessary advances to officials sent on mission abroad.
Art. 2.12.2
Pursuant to Article 15 § 1 of the Act of 29 October 1846 concerning the organization of the Court of Accounts, appropriations may be granted:
(a) the Criminal Justice Fees Service for the payment of fees to judicial experts and judicial officers, as well as all other legal fees, including claims of receivables relating to international judicial cooperation;
(b) to the Directorate-General Corrections, for the payment of urgent expenses relating to:
- food and maintenance of inmates and internees;
- energy consumption, water and related taxes, and telephone bills.
Art. 2.12.3
By derogation from section 15 of the Act of 29 October 1846 on the organization of the Court of Auditors, advances of funds may be made, within the limits set out in section 2.12.1 of this Act, for the payment of social relief and allowances, as well as allowances for cultural and sporting circles created among the staff of the SPF Justice.
The recovery of advances made to staff members in the form of a loan may, if any, be made in accordance with section 23, 4°, of the Act of 12 April 1965 on the protection of workers' wages.
Art. 2.12.4
Within the limits of the basic allowances concerned, the following subsidies may be granted:
PROGRAMME 40/2
TUTELLE MINEURS ETRANGER
Subsidies to public bodies and associations responsible for the guardianship of unaccompanied foreign minors.
PROGRAMME 40/3. - STUDIES AND DOCUMENTATION
1) Subsidies to publications and scientific institutions.
2) Subside to a.s.b.l. "Litiful travel commission."
3) Subsides at the Kinderrechten Coalitie Vlaanderen and the NGO Coordination for the Rights of the Child.
4) Subside to a.s.b.l. "Compilation Commission - Construction".
PROGRAMME 40/4. - INTERNATIONAL COLLABORATION
Quote-part of Belgium in the operating costs of the International Criminal Police Organization in Lyon (O.I.P.C.) and the Schengen Information System in Strasbourg (S.I.S.).
Intervention by Belgium in the operating costs of international bodies.
PROGRAMME 51/3. - MEDICAUX AND PARAMEDICAUX
Subsidies to bodies responsible for the therapeutic support of sexual assault authors.
PROGRAMME 52/0. - JUSTICE
(1) Subsidies to organizations allocated for the organization of work of general interest and training activities in the context of judicial proceedings, restorative mediation, support for the right to visit and legal assistance of victims.
2) Subsidies to "ASBLs" responsible for supporting victims of intentional acts of violence.
(3) Subsidies to local authorities to finance the supervision of alternative legal measures and penalties.
PROGRAMME 56/0. - SUBSISTANCE
Subsides for the use by judicial services of bar libraries in certain courthouses.
PROGRAMME 59/2. - ISLAMIC CULT
Subside for the recognition of Islamic worship.
PROGRAMME 59/3. - BOUDDHISME
Grant to the Belgian Buddhist Union for the recognition of Buddhism.
Art. 2.12.5
The Minister of Justice is authorized to provide financial intervention to inmates under electronic surveillance, which will be charged to AB 52.13.33.00.01.
Art. 2.12.6
The proceeds for order made under the cooperation agreement establishing a National Commission for the Rights of the Child will be recorded on the accounts 85.01.04.89 C and 87.09.74.07 B of the section "Fashion order operations".
Such income may be used to cover the operating and staff costs of the Commission, respectively.
Art. 2.12.7
The Treasury is authorized to make advances where the transactions relating to Account 85.01.06.91 B of the "Treasury Order Operations" section - Payment and reimbursement transactions in respect of costs arising from the missions of staff members in the context of the management of civil crises in the European Union - create a debiting position of this account and this up to a maximum of EUR 250,000.
Art. 2.12.8
By derogation from Article 61, 2nd paragraph of the Law of 22 May 2003 on the organization of the budget and accounting of the Federal State, the Minister of Justice is authorized to enter into agreements with the institutions of the European Union in order to finance projects that aim to improve the functioning and integration of justice at the European level.
Art. 2.12.9
By derogation from Article 62 of the Act of 22 May 2003 on the organization of the budget and accounting of the federal state and by derogation from Article 185 of the law programme of 23 December 2009, revenues for the benefit of the Fund of the Commission of the Hasard Games (Program 12-62-5) are disbursed to a maximum of EUR 200,000 and allocated to the Fund for the Fight against Debt (Program 32-49-2).
Section 13. - Inside SPF
Art. 2.13.1
By derogation from section 15 of the Act of 29 October 1846 relating to the organization of the Court of Auditors, advances of funds up to EUR 375,000 may be made to the extraordinary accountants of the services and institutions whose expenses are listed in this section.
By means of these advances, extraordinary accountants are allowed to pay all service fees, allowances and allowances of any kind allocated to the budget as well as water, gas, electricity, telephone, fuel and fuel for cars, subscriptions, lawyers and experts not exceeding EUR 10,000.
Can be paid through these advances, regardless of the amounts:
(1) Social expenditure;
(2) expenses related to the training and occupation of full-time and reduced-time civil security personnel;
3) costs for foreign missions and for the deregistering of correspondence, travel costs for home - place of work, interpreting fees, and advances in respect of them; Extraordinary accountants charged with payment of foreign mission fees are authorized to make advances to officials sent on mission abroad;
(4) all operating expenses and allowances and allowances of any kind of provincial governments within the limits of the basic allowances of Program 58/0, with the exception of expenditures for the acquisition of non-expendable movable property;
(5) all expenses of Program 55/0 for repatriation and removal of undesirable persons;
6) all program expenses 40/7 and 56/6 for litigation allowances and fees.
Art. 2.13.2
Within the limits of the basic allowances concerned, the following subsidies may be granted:
PROGRAMME 51/3. - PROTOCOL
1° Allowances for the perpetrators of acts of courage, victims of their dedication or the rights of the heroes who have lost their lives by carrying out such acts or obvious follow-ups of these acts, as well as compensation for funeral expenses.
2° Subside to the Brussels Union of Initiative and Promotion, as an intervention in the fees of the festivities organized each year in the Brussels Park on the occasion of the national holiday.
PROGRAMME 51/9. - POPULATION AND ELECTIONS
Subsides as part of the development of applications for the electronic identity card.
PROGRAMME 54/0. - SUBSISTANCE PROGRAMME
1° Subside to the Fire Services Training Council.
2° Intervention in civil security information, documentation and public relations costs.
PROGRAMME 54/2. - OPERATIONS OF CIVILE SECURITY; EQUIPMENT AND TRAINING FOR CIVILE PROTECTION, SERVICES AND THE CENTRES "100"
1° Subside to the Brussels-Capital Region, to the municipalities, and intercommunal for the purchase of special equipment for fire services.
2° Interventions for fire services in fire prevention campaign fees, support of local initiatives.
3° Subsides to the Higher Council of Training for Public Services in Incendie, the Programming Commission, the Equivalences and Dispenses Commission, the Drafting Committee, the French- and German-speaking supraprovincial Council, and the Dutch-speaking supraprovincial Council.
PROGRAMME 54/6. - DIRECTION OF FINANCIAL INTERVENTIONS TO THE TIERS PROFIT
1° Intervention in laboratory fees conducting fire prevention research.
2° Subsides to the Royal Federation of Firefighters of Belgium, French-speaking and German-speaking wings, subsidies to the Flemish Association of Incendie Services and the Caisse nationale d'entraide des sapeurs-pompiers.
3° Interventions in the funding of courses organized by provincial training centres for fire service members.
4° Intervention in funding the expenses incurred for the organization of training by provincial training centres for fire service members.
PROGRAMMA 54/8
FINANCING OF SECOUR ZONES
1° Subsides to municipalities with the aim of creating future zones
PROGRAMME 55/2 - PROJECTS IN THE FRAMEWORK OF THE POLICY
1° Subsides to third parties to carry out projects within the framework of foreign policy on the basis of the variable credits of the Office of Foreigners (activity 1 of programme 2 of organic division 55) and on the basis of its own means (activity 2 of programme 2 of organic division 55)
2° Subsides with third parties to carry out actions and initiatives for the prevention of illegal immigration of certain countries (Activity 3 of Programme 2 of Organic Division 55).
PROGRAMME 56/1. - GENERAL ADMINISTRATIVE POLICE - TRAINING, PREVENTION AND EQUIPMENT
1° State intervention in spending for initiatives to promote contacts of police services with the public.
2° Achievement of expenditures, in the area of police and crime prevention, including for the realization or acquisition of common-use infrastructure, equipment, equipment and software and for the financing of campaigns and study fees.
3° Subsides to provide Belgian universities or other organizations, concerned with the study or control of crime, public or private initiatives in the field of crime prevention, including hooliganism, integrated local crime initiatives and the investigation into the presence of certain criminal phenomena.
4° An allocation for A.S.B.L. and other organizations as an intervention in the organizational costs related to the drafting of courses with the aim of integrating in the ongoing training of police personnel a training on relations with immigrants.
5° Intervention in laboratory fees conducting fire prevention research.
PROGRAMME 56/5. - CELLULE FOOTBALL
Subsides to stimulate projects from the world of football for the security of matches.
PROGRAMME 56/7. - European summits in Brussels
Subsidies to local police areas and municipalities related to the security of the organisation of European Summits held in Brussels.
PROGRAMME 56/8. - LOCALE INTEGRAL SECURITY
1° Subsides to local authorities as part of subsidiated action plans and custodial measures of peace.
2° Subsides to local security and prevention policies.
PROGRAMME 59/0. - SUBSISTANCE PROGRAMME
Subside awarded to the Association of State Councils and Administrative Supreme Courts of the European Union".
PROGRAMMA 63/2. - S.A. ASTRID
1° Subside to S.A. ASTRID to cover the operating costs of the common infrastructure.
2° Subside to S.A. ASTRID to cover the investment costs of the common infrastructure.
Art. 2.13.3
The Federal Inland Public Service shall pay, within the limits of the allocation of staff, the salary, allowances and allowances, plus the employer's contribution, to the municipalities that have continued the payment of the salary, allowances and allowances to their personnel, seconded as part of the project "Electronic Identity Card" to the Federal Inland Public Service.
The claim must be made at the beginning of each year for the previous year, on the basis of an annual survey, transmitted by the municipalities concerned to the Federal Interior Public Service.
Art. 2.13.4
The "Financing of the Correction Mechanism created during the transfer of buildings from the former gendarmerie to the municipalities and to the multi-communal police zones" may present a maximum debt balance of EUR 2,913,000.
Art. 2.13.5
By derogation from article 52, first paragraph, 1° of the Act of 22 May 2003 on the organization of the budget and accounting of the federal state, the department is authorized to make redistributions between the commitment credits of the basic allowances 56.60.34.00.01 and 40.70.34.00.01 (contentious).
Art. 2.13.6
The social service accountant, who is competent on behalf of cultural activities, is authorized to collect contributions from participants in cultural activities and is also authorized to pay expenses on the part of the income received, to the organizers of these cultural activities.
Art. 2.13.7
The social service accountant, who is competent on behalf of childcare, is authorized to collect parents' income for the registration of children at the nursery and is also authorized to pay the costs of the nursery on the portion of the income received.
Art. 2.13.8
The "Fund as part of the migration policy" organic fund has a commitment authority of EUR 7,698,000.
Any undertaking under this Article shall be subject to the visa of the Registrar of Commitments and the Court of Accounts.
Prior to the 10th of each month, the Comptroller of Commitments shall forward to the Court of Auditors, together with supporting documents, a statement in three copies, indicating, on the one hand, the amount of the commitments covered in the past month and, on the other hand, the amount of the commitments covered since the beginning of the year.
Art. 2.13.9
The Minister of the Interior is authorized to withdraw from the specific budget section provided for in section 1er§ 2quater, paragraph 2, of the law of 1er August 1985 bringing social provisions, as amended by the Act of 30 March 1994 on social provisions, funds for coordination and supra-local actions in the areas referred to in Article 69 of the Act of 30 March 1994 referred to above.
These funds are paid to the Special Accountant of the Policy and Prevention Branch, which justifies their employment with the Court of Auditors.
Section 14. - SPF Foreign Affairs, Foreign Trade and Development Cooperation
Art. 2.14.1
The terms and conditions for the execution of receipts and expenses for order, carried out under the agreements on delegated cooperation, will be included in the agreements with the various partners.
The operations are subject to the preliminary opinion of the Inspector of Finance, in accordance with the provisions of articles 14 and 15 of the Royal Decree of 16 November 1994 on administrative and budgetary control.
Art. 2.14.2
By derogation from Article 1-01-04, § 2 of this Law, Basic Allowances 42.01.11.00.13, 42.01.11.00.14, 42.01.11.00.15, 42.02.12.21.48 and Basic Allowances 21.01.11.00.03 and 21.01.11.00.04 of Section 14 may be redistributed between them.
Art. 2.14.3
Some expenditures made outside the framework of the Royal Decree of 19 November 1996 on emergency assistance and short-term rehabilitation in favour of developing countries can be attributed to the basic allocation 54.52.35.60.83 of programme 54/5.
These are the following expenses:
- funding of studies and evaluations related to disaster prevention and preparedness, broad-based emergency assistance, short-term rehabilitation both material and psychological;
- training of nationals from low-income countries, specifically related to the issue of humanitarian assistance and provided by specialized international organizations such as the Office of the High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) and the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC);
- costs related to the provision of personnel and the provision of goods and services where such expenditures are an essential element of actions deemed necessary to meet the priority needs of affected populations.
Art. 2.14.4
The credits in programme 42/0 (A.B. 42.03.03.10.01) are intended to provide permanent working capital for the payment of expenses related to the operating and investment costs of Belgian diplomatic and consular posts and permanent representations from international organizations. Expenditures on these advances are regulated by imputation on the budgetary appropriations provided for this purpose. For the same purpose and with the application of the same budgetary regulation procedure, the Treasury is also authorized to replenish these working capitals abroad.
Art. 2.14.5
Public procurement for pre-work studies (base allocation 42.11.12.11.12) and work (base allowances 42.04.72.00.01 and 42.11.72.00.01) that are awarded abroad and that remain below the European thresholds, may be awarded by negotiated procedure provided that the necessary announcement is made to ensure effective competition and that the equality of bidders, the essential provisions of the general terms of reference of the general terms of reference
Art. 2.14.6
Within the relevant core allocations, the following grants and contributions may be granted:
PROGRAMME 40/3. - CONFERENCES, SEMINAIRES AND OTHER MANIFESTMENTS
Participation in conference and other events organized by international bodies.
PROGRAMME 40/5. - REPRESENTATION A L'ETRANGER
Subsidies to promote Belgium's brand image in international and commercial relations
PROGRAMME 40/7. - INTERNATIONAL COLLABORATION
(1) Subsidies to organizations or associations with international activities;
2) Subsides at the Royal Institute of International Relations;
3) Subsides to the International Crisis Group;
4) Subside to the Europalia Foundation
5) Subside to the College of Europe (Bruges)
6) Subsides at the European University Institute (Florence).
PROGRAMME 51/1. - BILATERAL RELATIONS
(1) Contributions from Belgium to international organizations
(2) Grants for operations under the policy of bilateral action programmes
(3) Subsidy to the Euro-Mediterranean Foundation for Dialogue among Cultures
4) Subside to ASSE
5) Subside to Eurodistrict
6) Subsidy to the European Territorial Cooperation Group (GECT) Western Flanders - Dunkirk (Opal Coast)
PROGRAMME 51/2. - ECONOMIC EXPANSION
(1) Subsidies to support the economic network abroad
2) Interest bonuses
PROGRAMME 52/1. - INTERNATIONAL BODIES
Contributions from Belgium to international organizations
PROGRAMME 53/1. - MULTILATERAL RELATIONS
Contributions from Belgium to international organizations
PROGRAMME 53/2. - SCIENTIFIC POLICY
Contributions from Belgium to international organizations
PROGRAMME 53/4. - HUMANITARIAN AID
(1) Interventions and initiatives in preventive diplomacy;
(2) Conflict prevention, peacebuilding and human rights.
PROGRAMME 54/0. - SUBSISTANCE PROGRAMME
Subsidies to international initiatives in the evaluation of development cooperation.
PROGRAMME 54/1. - GOVERNMENTAL COOPERATION
(1) Belgian Development Cooperation Junior Programme.
(2) Debt relief from low-income countries.
3) Subsides at the Sahel Club, the Africa Partnership Forum, the Mekong River Commission, the EU-Africa Infrastructure Trust Fund, the Congo Basin Forest Partnership, the East African Community, the West African Development Bank (BOAD), the Economic Community of the Great Lakes Countries (CEPGL), the Fondo Indigena in Latin America and other regional organizations or initiatives including
PROGRAMME 54/2
NON-GOVERNMENTAL COOPERATION
(1) Subsidies to non-governmental organizations, for the financing of the execution, management and evaluation of NGO programmes and projects, with the exception of activities for prevention, relief and rehabilitation, food aid and conflict prevention that will be subsidized with the support of ad hoc basic allocations, and actions carried out under the Belgian Food Security Fund.
2) Subsides to the "Vlaamse Vereniging voor Ontwikkelingssamenwerking en Technische Bijstand" (VVOB) and to the "Association for the Promotion of Education and Training in the Etranger" (APEFE).
3) Subsides in support of educational activities in Central Africa.
4) Subsides at the Royal Institute of Natural Sciences of Belgium.
5) Subsides at the Royal Museum of Central Africa.
6) Subsides at the Institute of Tropical Medicine.
7) Subsides at the European Development Policy Management Centre.
8) Subsidies to Vlaamse Interuniversity Raad, the Francophone Interuniversity Council and academic institutions for the financing of scholarships, training fees, institutional cooperation, clean initiatives, actions-north and joint actions.
9) Subsidies to ongoing vocational training support programs in the South.
10) Subsidization of cooperation activities of certain decentralized administrations.
11) Subsidy of trade union initiatives of the International Institute of Education (IEOI), the Institute of International Syndical Training (IFSI) and the International Solidarity Movement (MSI).
12) Subsidy of social and cultural assistance to students and trainees from low-income countries.
13) Subsidy of "migration and development" programs.
14) Reimbursement of the costs of medical care provided in Europe to Belgian and Luxembourg missionaries in Africa.
15) Subsides at the Royal Institute of International Relations.
(16) Subsides in cooperation with local civil society organizations.
17) Subsidiation of Africanlia.
18) Subsides to the asbl Agri-Overseas for the publication of the scientific journal "Tropicultura".
PROGRAMME 54/3. - MULTILATERAL COOPERATION
1) Subsidies to the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development for development cooperation activities, the Better Aid Platform, the Open Forum for Civil Society Organisations Development Effectiveness and other international initiatives on aid effectiveness.
(2) Subsidies to international multilateral cooperation partners, including agricultural research programmes and development banks.
(3) Voluntary contributions to the Bretton Woods institutions and the West African Development Bank.
4) Mandatory contributions and financial participation to development banks including debt relief operations in low-income countries.
5) Mandatory contributions to the World Health Organization (WHO), the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), the United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO), the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), the International Labour Organization (ILO) and the International Organization for Migration (IOM).
6) Contributions to the Global Environment Facility, the Multilateral Fund for the Implementation of the Montreal Protocol, the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change, the Kyoto Protocol, the Convention on Biological Diversity, the Secretariat of the Convention to Combat Desertification, the Least Developed Countries Fund, to specific mechanisms to support the efforts of developing countries in the fight against deforestation and other initiatives in the framework of climate change
(7) Mandatory contributions to the International Fund for Agricultural Development.
8) Mandatory contributions to the United Nations Mission in the Congo and the International Tribunal for Rwanda.
(9) Subsidies for the recruitment of multilateral cooperation staff.
10) Subsidy of operating expenses in Brussels of the International Organization for Migration and the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees.
PROGRAMME 54/4. - SPECIAL PROVISIONS
1) Subsidies for the activities of the Belgian Food Security Fund, established by law and the complementary programmes of the Belgian Food Security Fund.
2) Subsidy of awareness by third parties and Annunciate the Colour.
3) Grants for organization and participation in meetings on cooperation with low-income countries.
4) Miscellaneous subsidies for trade and private sector promotion in low-income countries.
5) Subsidy of ad hoc actions within the framework of the Millennium Development Goals.
6) Subsidy of activities during the 50th anniversary of the independence of the Congo.
PROGRAMME 54/5. - HUMANITARIAN PROGRAMMES
1) Grants for transition actions and strategic humanitarian interventions, for the consolidation of society and good governance.
(2) Voluntary grants and contributions related to humanitarian and food assistance.
(3) Subsidies for transportation of equipment and equipment.
With respect to subsidies and allocations,
- on the one hand under programme 53/4 - Humanitarian assistance - in conflict prevention, peacebuilding and human rights,
- and on the other hand, under program 54/5 - Humanitarian programmes - in the context of transition actions and strategic humanitarian interventions, in the context of short-term food aid and food security, as well as in the framework of prevention, emergency assistance, short-term rehabilitation assistance and humanitarian action,
the assignment of goods or services free of charge is authorized. Legislation and regulation in public procurement are applicable in the procurement of goods and services to be disposed of.
PROGRAMME 55/1. - EUROPEAN RELATIONS
(1) Contributions from Belgium to international organizations
(2) Subsidies for European integration
Art. 2.14.7
Within the limits of basic allocations 53.41.12.11.10 and 53.41.35.40.01, in programme 53/4 "Humanitarian aid", expenses of any kind may be made, with prior agreement of the Council of Ministers, as interventions and initiatives by Belgium in the field of preventive diplomacy.
Art. 2.14.8
The provision under programme 53/5 (AB 51.01.00.01) - Provision for the payment of compensation to members of the military, members of the Federal Police, representatives of the judiciary and members of the Justice, Foreign Affairs, Finance and other public bodies responsible for foreign missions and reimbursement to the departments of origin of the foreign allowances and costs related to the deployment and operation of the military
Art. 2.14.9
For 2011, the Belgian Food Security Fund (base allocation 54.40.35.60.50) has a commitment authority of EUR 16,704,000.
Any undertaking under this Article shall be subject to the visa of the Registrar of Commitments and the Court of Accounts.
Prior to the 10th of each month, the Comptroller of Commitments shall forward to the Court of Auditors, together with supporting documents, a statement in three copies, on the one hand, the amount of the commitments covered in the past month and, on the other hand, the amount of commitments that have been covered since the beginning of the year.
Art. 2.14.10
Subsidies attributed to an indirect actor, as part of a multi-year programme, must be justified on the date provided for in the relevant orders or conventions. The unused balance of such an annual subsidy, attributed to a previous fiscal year, may be deducted from the dependant subsidy of this fiscal year to the same indirect actor.
As a result, the approved annual plan of action or programme for the new fiscal year will be funded with new means to be undertaken, and with means still available to the indirect actor, as a result of amounts not used as part of previous annual action plans or programmes.
This article covers the following basic allowances: 54.20.35.60.70, 54.20.35.60.71, 54.20.35.60.72, 54.20.35.60.73, 54.21.35.60.68, 54.21.35.60.69, 54.22.41.30.41.30.38, 54.22.45.39, 54.23.45.
The second paragraph of this article also covers basic allowances 54.43.12.11.20, 54.43.33.00.30 in 54.44.35.60.45.
Art. 2.14.11
In principle, subsidies for projects and programmes of international organizations must be justified in accordance with the terms and conditions set out in the relevant decrees and arrangements. However, the subsidies granted in previous fiscal years, as well as the unused balances, may be redirected on a proper basis and with the agreement of the Minister of Development Cooperation or, with respect to the basic allocation 53.41.35.40.02 - Conflict prevention, peacebuilding and human rights, of the Minister of Foreign Affairs. The approved amendments will be forwarded on a regular basis to the Court of Accounts and the Minister of Budget and/or the Secretary of State in Budget.
Art. 2.14.12
In 2011, the State can enter into new multi-year commitments with partner countries for a total of EUR 250,000. In addition, the outstanding bilateral commitments, to be implemented by the CTB, cannot exceed EUR 750,000. These are projects and programs to be carried out by the CTB on the basic allowance 54.10.54.52.02.
Any undertaking under this section shall be subject to the Comptroller of the commitments that will verify the application of administrative and budgetary control procedures and the compliance of the cap.
Prior to the 10th of each month, the Comptroller of Commitments shall forward to the Court of Auditors, for information, a statement in three copies, together with supporting documents, which shall include both the amount of commitments entered in the past month and the amount of commitments entered since the beginning of the year.
Art. 2.14.13
The provision for the basic allowance 54.33.54.42.09 will be transferred by the Minister of Development Cooperation or by his or her delegated order on a cash account managed by the Minister of Finance or by his or her delegated sponsor.
Art. 2.14.14
§ 1er. For the year 2011, a loan program for foreign states can be negotiated up to EUR 55,600,000.
In view of the budgetary resources for this purpose, the loan programme must be approved by the Council of Ministers. It mentions, on the one hand, loans to be made as a priority and, on the other, priority replacement loans as a multi-year program.
Replacement loans may be substituted at any time for the original loans that are deleted.
The liability controller records the accomplishments and replacements of a program's loans.
§ 2. Loans to foreign States are made by the Comptroller of the commitments prior to the notification of the loan agreement, at the time the Minister of Finance agrees on the loan to be granted by signing a proxy or loan agreement.
Art. 2.14.15
In the event that the total amount of the justification for expenditures by benefit, certified "in accordance with and faithful to the law, this management contract and the annual accounts", by the auditors of the Belgian Technical Cooperation (CTB), exceeds the advances received, the CTB will introduce, no later than 1er September of the year following the year to be funded, a claim for the balance. After approval of this declaration of debt by the Minister of Development Cooperation, the State will pay this balance to the credits of the current year, registered in the basic allowance 54.10.54.52.02 - Coverage of operational costs of the CTB and supply of accounts co-managed or managed by the partner.
Art. 2.14.16
The Member of the Government responsible for Development Cooperation is authorized to hand over the principal and interest of loans made in the years 1985 to 1988, through the former General Administration of Development Cooperation, Zaire (currently the Democratic Republic of the Congo), for a total amount of EUR 23,096,606.67.
Art. 2.14.17
The modalities for the execution of proceeds and expenditures for order, carried out in the framework of the agreements on the joint evaluations of development cooperation, carried out under the responsibility of Belgium, will be included in the agreements with the various partners.
The operations are subject to the preliminary opinion of the Inspector of Finance, in accordance with the provisions of articles 14 and 15 of the Royal Decree of 16 November 1994 on administrative and budgetary control.
Art. 2.14.18
The Consolidated Revenue Fund is authorized to make advances where transactions relating to the account opened on behalf of B.I.T.D. (International Customs Tariff Office), create a debiting position of this account.
Section 16. - Ministry of Defence
Art. 2.16.1
By derogation from amended section 15 of the Act of 29 October 1846, relating to the organization of the Court of Accounts, advances in funds of up to EUR 20,000 may be made to the extraordinary accountants, as a result of paying expenditures not exceeding EUR 2,500.
Art. 2.16.2
By derogation from Article 41 of the State Accounting Laws, coordinated on 17 July 1991, fixed expenditures relating to the civilian personnel of the Ministry of National Defence may be subject to credit opening orders.
Credit opening orders may also be issued in the same way as fixed expenditures: funeral allowances, birth allowances, and expenses resulting from foreign air operations and travel, long-term cruises or immediate action in the event of a land, air and naval accident, regardless of the amount of such expenses.
Art. 2.16.3
By derogation from the provisions of Article 143 of the Acts on State Accounting, coordinated on 17 July 1991, the Minister of Defence is authorized, both in the context of technical cooperation and emergency assistance to third countries, and in the case of mutual assistance provided for in Article 3 of the North Atlantic Treaty, to make ex gratia payments for service and/or to dispose of equipment and/or materials granted to the Forces of the countries
Art. 2.16.4
The Minister of Defence is authorized to dispose of advances on:
(a) compensation to the State of the head of damages suffered by personnel or by third parties;
(b) expenses related to hospitalization costs in civilian establishments, long-term treatments and supplies of pharmaceuticals by civil informals;
(c) costs of using foreign facilities.
Art. 2.16.5
The funds required for the payment of contract expenditures to be made by the Department of National Defence in the United States of America and Canada can be obtained through credit opening orders. These contracts may be concluded under the negotiated procedure.
These funds may also be used after the fiscal year to charge the expenses resulting from the above-mentioned contracts.
The excess funds are transferred to the Consolidated Revenue Fund as soon as the accountant has submitted to the Court of Accounts the management account with the final account of the contracts for which these funds were allocated.
Can also be concluded in accordance with the negotiated procedure, the contracts and exchange agreements with the NATO Maintenance and Supply Organization (NATO Agency for Maintenance and Procurement and its subordinate agencies), as well as those with a NATO member country under an international agreement, with the objective of supplying spare parts, maintenance of the work of the NATO member country, and the maintenance of the ammunition
Art. 2.16.6
Withdrawal of the Minister of Defence's exclusive decision to resolve the disputes arising from the receipt of supplies resulting from contracts passed by the Ministry of National Defence:
(a) in the United States of America, Canada, with the NATO Supply and Repair Agency and its subordinate agencies;
(b) with the Government of the Federal Republic of Germany, as a result of the agreement on the supply of spare parts for the LEOPARD weapon system and its derivative versions.
Art. 2.16.7
Expenditures to be made in Germany may be made in accordance with the rules in force in the Federal Republic and be subject to credit opening orders, regardless of their amount.
The funds obtained can also be used at the end of the fiscal year to charge the aforementioned expenses.
The excess funds are transferred to the Consolidated Revenue Fund as soon as the accountant has submitted to the Court of Accounts the management account with the final account of the contracts for which these funds were allocated.
Art. 2.16.8
For markets subject to liquidations for NATO infrastructure, bids or offers, depending on the type of market, will be compared without taking into account the value added tax, or the tariffs applied in the countries of the European Union.
Art. 2.16.9
Within the limits of the credits for the basic allowances concerned, the following grants may be granted:
PROGRAMME 90/1. - CARTOGRAPHIC SUPPORT
1. National Geographical Institute.
PROGRAMME 90/3. SOCIAL, LOG AND CULTURAL
1. Central Office for Social and Cultural Action of the Ministry of Defence (OCASC).
PROGRAMME 90/4. - NATIONAL RECONNAISSANCE
1. A.S.B.L. "Belgian Air Cadets";
2. Royal Union of Reserve Officers;
3. Royal National Union of Reserve Officers;
4. A.S.B.L. "Tank Museum";
5. A.S.B.L. "Brussels Air Museum Foundation";
6. A.S.B.L. "Friends of the Marine Section of the Royal Army and Military History Museum";
7. A.S.B.L. "The Friends of the Music of the Guides";
8. A.S.B.L. "Belgian Air Force Symphonic Band Foundation";
9. A.S.B.L. "Royal Corps of Marine-Belgium Cadets";
10. The National Memorial of the BREENDONK Fort.
Art. 2.16.10
The Consolidated Revenue Fund is authorized to make advances where transactions relating to Account 87.07.01.25.B+ of the "Treasury Order Operations" section - Current Account for Payment and Reimbursement Operations on behalf of other departments or services, foreign or international organizations, or other third parties - do not exceed a debit position of 55,000 EUR on this account.
Art. 2.16.11
Revenue and order transactions carried out under international and national treaties or agreements will be carried out using Account 82.04.01.68.A+ of the "Treasurement Operations" section.
This account cannot exceed a EUR 10,000 000 debit position. The flow position is limited to a maximum period of six months
The law of the markets on behalf of the State and the corresponding delegation system are applied to the expenditure transactions.
The latter are subject, prior to any legal undertaking, to the opinion of the Inspector of Finance in accordance with the provisions of Articles 14 and 15 of the Royal Decree of 16 November 1994 on administrative and budgetary control and to the visa of the Court of Accounts within the meaning of Article 14 of the Act of 29 October 1846 on the Court of Accounts
Art. 2.16.12
The Minister of Defence is authorized to use, up to EUR 100,000, revenues from interest generated by advances filed with the "Federal Reserve Bank of New York" as part of the contracts for the supply of aircraft, logistical support, ground facilities and related costs for the entire F-16 fleet.
These interests will be charged to Account 87.07.03.27.C of the Treasury Order Operations Section. They will be used to cover the costs resulting from the above-mentioned markets.
The Minister of Defence is authorized to use the available assets relating to the ongoing contracts and exchange agreements with the NATO Maintenance and Supply Organization (NATO Agency for Maintenance and Supply and its subordinate agencies) within the framework of the supply of spare parts, maintenance and withdrawal of use of the equipment on the credits of Section 16 - National Defence Program 16
Art. 2.16.13
By derogation from the provisions of Article 143 of the State Accounting Laws, coordinated on 17 July 1991, the Minister of Defense is authorized to sell the furniture made available to families occupying the housing managed by the Belgian military authority in Germany. This furniture will be sold on site by the said authority to the families concerned who, as a result of the restructuring of the Armed Forces will return to Belgium.
The proceeds of this sale will be charged to the Ways and Means Budget for the general Treasury needs.
Art. 2.16.14
By derogation from section 151 of the Program Act of 02 August 2002, benefits to the Central Office for Social and Cultural Action of the Ministry of Defence (OCASC) and to various public bodies belonging to the civilian element in order to ensure the repatriation of their heritage, following the final withdrawal of the Armed Forces in Germany, are carried out in a free manner.
By derogation from Article 61.2nd paragraph of the Act of 22 May 2003 on the organization of the budget and accounting of the federal state, these benefits for the benefit of public bodies may be carried out in a gratuitous manner. The Minister of Defence is responsible for setting out the terms and conditions of this gratuity.
Art. 2.16.15
The Central Office for Social and Cultural Action of the Ministry of Defence (OCASC) is authorized to carry out missions as provided for in section 1er of the Royal Decree of 10 January 1978, as amended by the Royal Decree of 7 December 1998, determining the mission and regulating the organization and operation of this body, for the benefit of the Federal Police personnel.
The members of the Defence staff who, pursuant to Article 11 § 2 of the Act of 10 April 1973 establishing the Central Office for Social and Cultural Action of the Ministry of Defence (OCASC) for the benefit of members of the military community, are made available to the CSCO, remain in charge of the Defence budget.
Art. 2.16.16
By derogation from section 61, 2nd paragraph of the Act of 22 May 2003 on the organization of the federal government's budget and accounting, the Minister of Defence is authorized to value the benefits provided to the Federal Police, with the exception of those relating to staff permanently available to the Federal Police, and to compensate the benefits provided by the Federal Police on the basis of the additional costs incurred.
Apart from occasional benefits, the financial coverage of benefits whose volume is known priori is subject to a provision of credits whose amount is determined by the estimate of benefits to be realized and the count of those actually carried out previously.
Art. 2.16.17
The Minister of Defence is authorized, within the framework of an international integration of the Armed Forces, or in order to deal with emergencies, to enter into agreements with foreign countries for mutual benefit of services.
The financial regulation of these transactions may be made by means of compensation, either when the agreement has ceased its effects, or at the expiry of an agreed period or by the common will of the parties involved. The potential balance will be the subject of an imputation, either in the National Defence Budget or in the Ways and Means Budget for the benefit of the budget fund for benefits against payment.
Finally, the Minister of Defence is authorized, with respect to materials, materials, weapons and ammunition, to pass agreements on mutual assignments, exchanges and loan agreements with other departments, Belgian or foreign companies and third countries, provided that the renewal of the relevant stocks to the Armed Forces is promoted.
Art. 2.16.18
The Minister of Defence or the delegated official is authorized to return, in whole or in part, real property or other property intended to be returned as a result of the restructuring, which is owned by the Federal Republic of Germany or a Land and which has been made available to the force or civil element for use, and to determine the financial implications of such restitution after negotiations with the State of residence.
The net financial consideration of these restitutions, determined on the basis of Article 52 of the Agreement supplementing the Convention between the States Parties to the North Atlantic Treaty on the status of their forces, with respect to the foreign forces stationed in the Federal Republic of Germany and the Protocol of signature to the Complementary Agreement, signed in Bonn on 3 August 1959 and approved by the law of 6 May 1963, will be the subject of a global discount
Partial payments may be made by the Federal Republic of Germany.
Any balance and/or partial payments will/will be the subject of an imputation either to the budget of the departments and agencies of public interest concerned, or to the Budget of the Ways and Means of Article 16.7600.01, for, after counting with the above bodies, to be used in the coverage of expenses resulting from infrastructure and/or remediation work in the fields in Belgium and/or Germany, managed by the Armed Forces or
Art. 2.16.19
The very urgent costs to be incurred in foreign operations can be carried out in the context of contracts that may be awarded according to the negotiated procedure. The basic principles of public procurement legislation will be applied for the conclusion of the aforementioned markets unless local circumstances permit it.
Art. 2.16.20
The Minister of Defence is authorized, with the approval of the Minister of Budget and by a royal decree deliberated in the Council of Ministers, within the limits of the appropriations of Section 16 - National Defence, to carry out transfers for the benefit of programme 16-50-5, "Implementation", in order to meet the specific needs of humanitarian operations and peace support.
Such transfers of credit will be communicated without delay to the House of Representatives and the Court of Auditors.
Art. 2.16.21
By derogation from section 61, 2nd paragraph of the Act of 22 May 2003 on the organization of the budget and accounting of the federal state, the Minister of Defence is authorized to enter into agreements with other public bodies in the context of the provision of mutual benefits. The financial regulation of these transactions may be effected by compensation, either when the agreement has ceased its effects, or at the expiry of an agreed period or by the common will of the parties involved. The potential balance will be compensated in kind either from an imputation to the Defence Budget (General Estimates), or the Ways and Means Budget for the benefit of the budget for benefits against payment.
Art. 2.16.22
By derogation from Article 61, 2nd paragraph of the Act of 22 May 2003 on the organization of the budget and accounting of the federal State, the Minister of Defence is authorized to acquire a mine control simulator through a joint financial participation of the Kingdom of Belgium and the Kingdom of the Netherlands.
By derogation from the provisions of section 19 of the Act of 24 December 1993 on public procurement and certain contracts of work, supplies and services, the Minister of Defence is authorized to enter into a single market, awarded in accordance with the provisions of the Act of 24 December 1993 referred to above and for the joint acquisition of a mine control simulator with the Netherlands for that purpose.
Expenditure transactions under this contract are subject, prior to any legal undertaking, to the advice of the inspector of Finance in accordance with the provisions of the Royal Decree of 16 November 1994 on administrative and budgetary control and to the visa of the Court of Accounts within the meaning of Article 14 of the Act of 29 October 1846 on the organization of the Court of Accounts.
Art. 2.16.23
Balances not allocated as at December 31, 2002 of accounts 87.07.06.30 A and 87.07.09.33 A of the "Treasury Operations" section must be transferred to the respective budgetary funds.
In order to ensure continuity of service and for administrative simplification, the Minister of Defence is authorized to pay outstanding claims arising from existing commitments as of December 31, 2002, in charge of these accounts in the "Treasury Operations" section.
Art. 2.16.24
By derogation from section 61, 2nd paragraph of the Act of 22 May 2003 on the organization of the budget and accounting of the federal state, the Minister of Defence is authorized to use the revenues made from wood sales in the areas that are part of the real estate property entrusted to his management, collected and accounted for in section 16.7600.01 of the Voies and Means Budget, in accordance with section 41 of the Act-July 2001.
Art. 2.16.25
By derogation from Article 143 of the State Accounting Laws, coordinated on 17 July 1991, and in the context of a sales contract involving F-16 aircraft to be concluded by the negotiated procedure, pursuant to Article 41 of the Program Law of 19 July 2001, the Minister of Defence is authorized:
- for sale of non-surplus assets as part of its management
- as part of the delivery of logistical support and related services to make commitments on an expensive basis to the buyer
- to give the buyer a pre-financing.
Prerequisitely to any legal undertaking as part of the conclusion of a sales contract, including any unilateral undertaking arising from the above-mentioned provisions, the opinion of the Finance Inspectorate and the agreement of the Minister of Budget are requested in accordance with the Royal Decree of 16 November 1994 on administrative and budgetary control.
Expenditures and revenues for the sale of non-surplus equipment and the benefits described above are equivalent to order transactions within the meaning of section 2.16.11 of this Act.
Art. 2.16.26
By derogation from section 52, 1er, 1° of the Act of 22 May 2003 on the organization of the budget and accounting of the federal state and by derogation from Article 1-01-4, paragraph 3 of the Act presents the commitment credits of the basic allowances relating to the operating expenses provided by economic codes 12 can be redistributed between them and exclusively between them within the budget of the Defence.
Art. 2.16.27
By derogation from section 60 of the Federal State Budget and Accounts Act of 22 May 2003, the Minister of Defence is authorized to use the amounts collected for the repair of damage to the HERCULES C-130 aircraft destroyed in the fire that occurred on the night of 4-5 May 2006 at the facilities of the SABENA TECHNICS firm. These amounts will be recorded in section 16.1700.01 of the Ways and Means Budget and will be used in accordance with section 41 of the Program Act of July 19, 2001.
Art. 2.16.28
For the 2011 fiscal year, a commitment authority of EUR 36,300,000 is allocated to the Re-employment Fund for revenues from the disposal of surplus equipment, materials or ammunition as part of the heritage entrusted to the management of the Minister of Defence and allocated to program 16-50-2.
Art. 2.16.29
For the 2011 fiscal year, a commitment authority of EUR 11,100,000 is allocated to the Recruitment Fund for Revenues from the Disposal of Real Property that is part of the Minister of Defence's management and allocated to Program 16-50-3;
Section 17. - Federal police and integrated operation
Art. 2.17.1
The Minister of the Interior is authorized to liquidate advances on the State's dependant compensation for damages suffered by staff members or by third parties.
Art. 2.17.2
Foreign health care expenses may be paid through provisions.
Art. 2.17.3
Within the limits of the applicable basic allowance, the following subsidy may be granted:
PROGRAMME 90/1. - DOTATIONS AND SUBSIDES
- to multi-communal police areas and municipalities: contribution of the federal state to local police personnel, operations and investment expenses, including pay expenses of overcrowded ex-gendarmes in police areas;
- to certain multi-communal and common police zones: contribution of the federal state in the expenses for the replacement of uniform and equipment for the maintenance of order;
- to the ABL "Social Service of the Integrated Police": budget allocation as a contribution to staff costs, general operating expenses and intervention expenses, including the share of these expenses required for the management of HORECA services within the federal police;
- Police Studies Centers.
PROGRAMME 90/2. - INTEGREEMENT
- to some institutions: the federal government's contribution to costs for the organization of selection tests and professional training for the benefit of members of the integrated police;
- to certain organizations and ASBLs: contribution of the federal State to the financing of projects to stimulate the recruitment or promotion of people reflecting the socio-cultural diversity encountered in the population;
- to various agencies and ABLs that promote the integration of local and federal polices: intervention by the federal authority in the financing of their projects or their social activities.
PROGRAMME 90/4. - PRESTATIONS AND CESSIONS OF MATERIALS AND PRODUCTS
- to certain organizations and ASBLs: the federal state's contribution to the financing of projects to stimulate the recruitment of people reflecting the socio-cultural diversity encountered in the population.
Art. 2.17.4
The Consolidated Revenue Fund is authorized to make advances where the transactions relating to Account 87.07.50.74.B of the "Treasury Order Operations" section - Current account of payment and reimbursement of remuneration for other departments or services, foreign or international organizations, or other third parties - create a debiting position of this account.
This debiting position may not exceed EUR 3,500,000.
Art. 2.17.5
Expenses to be incurred by federal police liaison officers who are stationed abroad may be incurred in accordance with the rules in force in the countries concerned and may be liquidated on funds obtained by an appropriation order, regardless of the amounts.
By derogation from the provisions of articles 60 and 61 of the Act of 22 May 2003 on the organization of the budget and accounting of the Federal State and 143 of the laws on State accounting, coordinated on 17 July 1991, the assets made available to a liaison officer, and which are put out of service, may be sold by him according to the negotiated procedure and according to the rules in force in each country.
This may be done in the same way for the equipment and goods in stock at the time when a representation of the federal police abroad is definitively lifted, unless the stocks concerned can be sold, free of charge or under the condition of compensation equivalent to the receiving party, to the services of the Foreign Affairs, Foreign Trade and Development Cooperation SPF.
In cases where an on-site sale is made, the product will be paid to the Ways and Means Budget.
However, if the equipment can be delivered to the supplier of new similar properties, compensation may be made by subtracting the value of the alienated property from the amount charged for the purchase of the new equipment.
Art. 2.17.6
The Consolidated Revenue Fund is authorized to make advances where the transactions relating to Account 87.07.51.75.B of the Treasury Order Operations Section - Current account of payment and reimbursement of compensation transactions for multi-communal police areas and municipalities, as part of the protocol with the transport companies regarding the payment of the employer's intervention in the transportation costs of personnel for travel to and from the workplace, create a debiting position of the account. However, this debit position cannot exceed EUR 1,200,000.
Art. 2.17.7
By derogation from section 1-01-4 § 2, of this Act, the basic allowances referred to in the above-mentioned paragraph relating to staff costs may also be redistributed to the basic allowance 11.00.13 - compensation to public transport companies for unpaid benefits - of section 17 - Federal Police and integrated operation.
Art. 2.17.8
For the fiscal year 2011, the organic budget fund 17-4 referred to in section 11 of the Miscellaneous Provisions Act of 21 December 2007 (I) has a commitment authority of EUR 1,327 000
Any undertaking to be made under this Article shall be subject to the visa of the Comptroller of Commitments and the Court of Accounts.
Prior to the 10th of each month, the Comptroller of Commitments shall forward to the Court of Auditors, together with supporting documents, a statement in three copies, on the one hand, the amount of the commitments covered in the past month and, on the other hand, the amount of commitments that have been covered since the beginning of the year.
By derogation from section 62, paragraph 2 (4), of the Act of 22 May 2003 on the organization of the budget and accounting of the federal state, during the fiscal year 2011, on the same organic budget fund, is authorized a debiting position in ordinance that cannot exceed EUR 1,745,000.
Art. 2.17.9
The Consolidated Revenue Fund is authorized to make advances where transactions relating to Account 87.07.55.79.B of the "Treasury Order Operations" section - Federal Police: Payment ONSS Cotizations create a debiting position of this account. This debit position may not exceed EUR 4,500,000.
Art. 2.17.10
The provision under programme 90/1 (AB 11.01.00.01) - provision to encourage the policy of recruitment in police areas faced with a high staff shortage may, on the proposal of the Minister of the Interior, be apportioned as necessary, by Royal Decree, between the appropriate programmes, activities and budgetary items of the budgets of the Federal Police or the SPF the Interior.
In the distribution, all or part of this amount may be listed as a grant.
Section 18. - Finance
Art. 2.18.1
§ 1er. By derogation from section 66 of the Act of 22 May 2003 on the organization of the federal government's budget and accounting, advances may be made to the accountants of the Budget and Management Supervisory Service, for a maximum of EUR 500,000;
These accountants are allowed to pay, through advances of funds, all service fees not exceeding 5,500 EUR (excluding VAT).
§ 2. The Accountant of the Budget and Management Control Supervisory Service, responsible for the "miscellaneous income" account, is authorized to make expenditures exclusively within and within the financial limits of the pre-funded programmes on this account by the European Union or other international bodies.
Prior to payment, invoices and claims relating to these programs must be subject to the visa of the delegated coordinator of the Budget and Management Supervisory Service.
§ 3. By derogation from Article 25 and by application of Article 25bis and Article 229 of the Royal Decree of 10 December 1868 concerning the General Regulation on State Accounting, the accountants of the restaurants of the Social Service are allowed to hold a cash of up to 400 EUR for each restaurant or cafeteria for which they are accountants.
Art. 2.18.2
The Minister of Finance may provide loans and assistance to Department Agents in active service, former agents, pensioned or non-resident, persons entitled to finance and their family members. It can grant grants to Department Agent Associations and existing meeting centres and to create FPS Finance staff. Voluntary subsidies and voluntary contributions may also be granted to national and international bodies.
Within the relevant core allocations, the following grants and contributions may be granted:
PROGRAMME 40/0
MANAGEMENT BODIES - SUBSISTANCE
1. Subsides to the Asbl Inter Nos
2. Subsidies to the Royal Finance Harmony
3. Interventions for the Amicale of the Finance Cultural and Sports Circles
4. Grants to Finance Staff Associations
5. Interventions in support of the Finance Staff Meeting Centres in Antwerp and Kapellen (O.P.F.) and Liège (C.A.R.A.F.)
PROGRAMME 80/0. - IMP!
1. Belgium's contribution to the financing of OECD tax and public finance programs
2. Annual contribution from Belgium to the IOTA (Intra-European Organisation of Tax Administrations)
3. Contributions from Belgium to the World Customs Organization
4. Grants and contributions to national and international organizations for joint tax initiatives
5. Belgium share in operating costs of international organizations
Art. 2.18.3
§ 1er. By derogation from section 1-01-4, § 2 of this Act, the credits of the basic allowance "80.61.11.00.03 - Final and intern statutory staff" may be redistributed to the basic allowance "80.61.11.00.09 - Customs and Access Authority staff made available to other FPS Finance and other FPS and Public Services administrations";
§ 2. By derogation from section 1-01-4, § 3 of this Act, the credits of the basic allowances referred to in this paragraph concerning the operating expenses of section 18 - SPF Finance may also be redistributed to the basic allowance "40.03.34.41.40 - Third-party allowances".
Art. 2.18.4
The Minister of Finance may make advances for urgent payments arising out of Belgium's obligations as part of its participation in international financial institutions and which are addressed to the Treasury Office responsible for international relations.
Art. 2.18.5
By derogation from Article 62 of the Act of 22 May 2003 on the organization of the budget and accounting of the federal state, the Organic Fund "Facilities for Payment of Advances in Respect of Food Claims" is authorized to submit a debiting position, which cannot exceed the amount of EUR 69,000.
Art. 2.18.6
By derogation from sections 60 and 61 of the Act of 22 May 2003 on the organization of the federal government's budget and accounting, the Minister of Finance is authorized to use revenues from the tax arrears securitization operation, up to 1.5 per cent of the objective, in order to cover the expenses resulting from the execution of this transaction.
Art. 2.18.7
In cases where very short payment times do not permit the application of the proper budgetary procedure, the Treasury is authorized to pay in advance by prior agreement of the Minister of Finance and of the Minister or of the Secretary of State who has the budget in its powers, the expenses relating to the execution of guarantees granted by the Federal State under Article 117bis of the Act of 2 August 2002 on the supervision of the financial sector and its financial services,
1° the Royal Decree of 16 October 2008 enacted pursuant to Article 117bis of the Act of 2 August 2002 on financial sector surveillance and financial services;
2° the Royal Decree of 14 November 2008 enforcing the Act of 15 October 2008 on measures to promote financial stability and in particular establishing a State guarantee on the credits granted and other transactions carried out in the context of financial stability, with regard to the protection of deposits and life insurance, and amending the Act of 2 August 2002 on the supervision of the financial sector and financial services;
3° the Royal Decree of 10 December 2008 concerning the guarantee of certain risks assumed by financial institutions;
4° the Royal Decree of 16 March 2009 on the protection of deposits and life insurance by the Special Fund for the Protection of Deposits and Life Insurance;
5° the Royal Decree of 14 April 2009 granting a State guarantee to certain operations relating to the rescue of Fortis;
6° the royal decree of 14 April 2009 granting a state guarantee to certain loans of the communal holding;
7th Royal Decree of August 10, 2009 on the cover of losses incurred on certain financial instruments by KBC.
The budgetary appropriations necessary for the regularization of these expenses in commitment and liquidation will be requested by the taking, as soon as possible, of a deliberation of the Council of Ministers in accordance with the provisions of Article 70 of the Law of 22 May 2003 on the organization of the budget and accounting of the Federal State.
Art. 2.18.8
For the entry into force of the "Frame-domain" budget fund at 01.01.2012, the Domain Service is authorized to enter the preparatory phase (feasibility study).
Section 19. - Regulation of buildings
Art. 2.19.1
The budget of the Buildings Board for the 2011 Budget Year, annexed to this Act, is approved.
This budget is for revenues of 960 979 134 EUR, of which 771 258 000 EUR are allocated from the federal state, and for expenditures of 977 709 254 EUR, of which 16,730,120 EUR are deferred from the 2010 fiscal year. It includes, in expenditures, commitment credits (divided credits) for the amount of 564,067,716 EUR.
Revenues and expenses are estimated at EUR 14 105 000.
Art. 2.19.2
The Minister who has the Régie des Bâtiments in his responsibilities is authorized to contract, apart from the amount of the limiting commitment credits of the investment programs, set out in sections 533.01, 533.03, 533.11, 533.12, 533.13, 533.14, 533.16, 536.02, 536.11 and 536.13 of the budget of the Régie des Bâtiments annexed to this Act,
The accounting commitment for these transactions is limited in 2011 to EUR 293.809.078, as follows:

Art. 2.19.3
The Minister who has the Régie des buildings in his office is authorized to incur and liquidate, on the basis of the budget of the Régie des buildings, the expenses arising from the consumption of water, electricity and heating of the royal palaces of Brussels and Laeken.
Art. 2.19.4
The Buildings Authority is authorized to make expenditures for first-time work in buildings leased by it for the use of services to which it must provide housing under the Act of 1er April 1971, establishing a Buildings Board.
If it is installation work that can be considered as standard completions or equipment, these costs are borne by the Régie des buildings budget.
If, on the other hand, it is installation work that comes from the needs of the current or future occupant and cannot be considered as standard completions or equipment, the costs are borne by the occupant. In this case, the Buildings Regime receives, prior to the payment of expenses, advances from the occupying services. It will not be possible for the Buildings Board to make any pre-financing of these expenses.
Art. 2.19.5
The Buildings Authority is authorized to make expenditures, regardless of the nature, necessary for the management of certain buildings where several public services are simultaneously housed, but which are considered to be entities for their effective management (e.g. Administrative centers, the palaces of the Fifty-year-old in Brussels, some large complexes rented.
The Buildings Authority is authorized to charge the amount of these expenses to the occupants of the buildings in question, either by recovering the payments made, or by using an order account. In these two cases, the Régie receives pre-payment of the expenses of these occupants.
Art. 2.19.6
The Régie des buildings is authorized to cover certain expenses relating to fixed occupancy charges of the personal secretariats and strategic bodies of ministers and state secretaries housed in state buildings or in leased buildings that do not cohabit with their administration. These expenses are limited to EUR 49,579 per Minister and EUR 24,789 per Secretary of State for State Buildings and EUR 99,157 per Minister and EUR 49,579 per Secretary of State for leased buildings. The guidelines for the distribution and use of this credit are set together by the Minister of Budget and the Minister who has the Buildings Board in his or her duties.
Must be considered as occupancy charges, including: central heating and air conditioning maintenance costs, window washing fees, lawn maintenance fees and telephone exchanges, elevators and other lifting facilities, electrical and safety facilities, common parts charges, maintenance fees for parks, parks and gardens, management fees, and regional security fees
Art. 2.19.7
The Régie des buildings is authorized to use actual revenues, the proceeds of the sale of real estate and other real estate transactions. The proceeds of these transactions will be paid to the Fund established under section 335 of the Program Act of 22 December 1989.
The availability of the Unused Fund at the end of a fiscal year is deferred to the following fiscal year in which they are confused with its own revenues.
Art. 2.19.8
By derogation from articles 19 and 20 of the law of 1er April 1971, establishing a Buildings Board, the Buildings Board is authorized to make expenditures for the execution of ordinary and extraordinary maintenance work, studies and other miscellaneous work in certain well-defined buildings that are not owned by the State, when these expenses are explicitly borne by the Buildings Board by contracts, conventions or other agreements.
Art. 2.19.9
By derogation from section 2 of the Act of 1er April 1971, establishing a Buildings Board, the Buildings Board is authorized to carry out certain repairs (including studies) in the "Academia Belgica" building in Rome.
Art. 2.19.10
The Régie des buildings is authorized to make expenditures for the security of the royal estates of Laeken, Belvédère, Stuyvenberg and Châteauneuf.
Art. 2.19.11
By derogation from section 2 of the law of 1er April 1971, establishing a Buildings Board, the Buildings Board is authorized to support the housing costs of the Federal Agency for Food Chain Safety.
Art. 2.19.12
By derogation from section 2 of the law of 1er April 1971, establishing a Buildings Board, the Buildings Board is authorized to contribute to the implementation of a technical review and to the development of an annual report on the general state and compliance with the legislation and regulations (French) in force, of the renovated building "Belgian and Luxembourg Student House" in Paris (Biermans-Laposto Foundation). The costs associated with these activities will be borne by the federal public programming service Scientific Policy.
Art. 2.19.13
The Régie des buildings is authorized to pay contractors the transformation work (including studies) of Block A of the Residence Palace complex in Brussels for the needs of the Council of the European Union, via funds made available by the Treasury.
In fiscal year 2011, these expenditures will be limited to EUR 17,219,000 on commitment and EUR 40,654,700 on liquidation.
Reimbursement of the entire investment of the project will be paid directly by the Council of the European Union to the Treasury.
Art. 2.19.14
The Régie des buildings is authorized to make expenditures for various investment works and studies in buildings that are not owned by the State but are used for the housing of the services of the State, the public services managed by the State or for certain categories of the staff paid by the State, provided that these expenses are explicitly borne by the Régie des buildings by the provisions of a lease contract or by a decision of the Council of Ministers
Art. 2.19.15
By derogation from section 2 of the law of 1er April 1971, establishing a Buildings Board, the Buildings Board is authorized to carry out investment and maintenance work in open reception centres for the needs of the Federal Agency for the reception of asylum seekers.
Art. 2.19.16
By derogation from section 2 of the law of 1er April 1971, establishing a Buildings Regime, the Buildings Regime is authorized to cover the housing costs of the Federal Agency for Drugs and Health Products.
Art. 2.19.17
As part of the construction of the new penitentiary infrastructure, the Buildings Authority is authorized to pre-finance the fees of external experts on section 560.08 of its budget, until the sponsor is appointed.
Section 21. - Pensions
Art. 2.21.1
The initial budget of the Public Sector Pension Service for 2011, annexed to this Act, is approved.
This budget amounts to 12,361,233,000 EUR, including 12,321,000 EUR for legal mission revenue and 39,705,000 EUR for service management revenue. Expenditures amount to EUR 12,361,233,000, of which EUR 12,321,528,00 for statutory duties and EUR 39,705,000 for service management expenses.
Art. 2.21.2
Treasury Grand Book 466543 - "FPS Finance - Treasury - SCDF - Pensions and other benefits - Public Sector Pension Service (PSS)" - on which are charged from 1er January 2006 the pension and survival expenses that are managed by the Public Sector Pension Service, may present a debtor balance of up to 20% of the expenses related to the legal missions of that Service.
Art. 2.21.3
The Grand Account Cash Book 466515 - "FPS Finance - Treasury - SCDF - Salaries and other fixed expenses for public sector pension service staff (PSS)" - on which are charged from 1er January 2006 the salaries of staff appointed on a final and contractual basis by the Public Sector Pension Service may be charged up to 20% of the management costs of this Service.
Section 23. - SPF Employment, Labour and Social Concertation
Art. 2.23.1
By derogation from section 66 of the Act of 22 May 2003 on the organization of the budget and accounting of the federal state, advances of up to EUR 372,000 may be made to the Accountant of the Department - Management Organs - to the effect of paying - possibly through advances - receivables not exceeding EUR 5,500 excluding VAT, as well as expenses of an exceptional nature.
Art. 2.23.2
Within the limits of the basic allowances concerned, the following subsidies may be granted:
PROGRAMME 40/0
SERVICES OF THE CHAIRMAN - SUBSISTANCE
1) Grant in support of the Association of Personnel of the SPF Employment, Labour and Social Concertation.
PROGRAMME 40/1 INTERNATIONAL COLLABORATION
- Participation in the United Nations social workers exchange programme.
- Participation in the implementation of bilateral social collaboration initiatives established by the International Labour Organization or with a third country;
- Grants to international organizations (BIT, Council of Europe, European Organisations,...), to recognized or accredited non-governmental organizations, to Belgian research institutes;
- Financial contributions to small-scale interventions via the Belgian Technical Cooperation SA.
PROGRAMME 40/2. - DIVERSITY, INTERCULTURALITY AND EQUALITY
- Grants to private organizations in the context of diversity, interculturality and equal opportunities;
- Impulsion Fund membership in the policy of immigrants in the context of diversity, interculturality and equal opportunities;
- At the Centre for Equal Opportunities and Combating Racism in the context of diversity, interculturality and equal opportunities;
- Grants to public bodies in the context of diversity, interculturality and equal opportunities.
PROGRAMME 40/5 EGALITY OF CHANCES WOMEN AND HUMAN RIGHTS
At the Institute for the Equality of Women and Men.
PROGRAMME 40/6. - FEDERAL PUBLIC CONTRIBUTION BELGE AU FONDS SOCIAL EUROPEEN
- Subsidies to ALS as part of the federal contribution "Operational Program 2000-2006";
- Grants to universities as part of the federal contribution "operational program 2000-2006".
- Subsidies to ALS as part of the federal contribution "operational program 2007-2013";
- Grants to universities as part of the federal contribution "operational program 2007-2013".
PROGRAMME 40/8. - ETUDES
Granting as an incentive for activities within the Department's missions
PROGRAMME 40/9. - SOUTIEN TO CENTRES
- Provision of a grant to the three specialized reception centres in the fight against human trafficking, i.e.:
- Sürya centre
- center Pag-Asa
- Payoke Center.
PROGRAMME 51/1
SOCIAL CONCERTATION AND CONCILIATION
Grant to the National Labour Council.
PROGRAMME 52/0. - SUBSISTANCE PROGRAMME
Grant for the Association of Heads of Safety and Hygiene Service of Belgium.
PROGRAMME 52/1. - ACTIONS FOR THE SOCIAL, MORAL AND INTELLECTUAL PROMOTION OF WORKERS
(1) Expenditures of any kind related to the award of prices of the Higher Council for Safety, Hygiene and Embellishment of Workplaces and the Directorate General Control of Well-being at Work.
2) The Royal Institute of Labour Elites.
(3) Grant to representative organizations of workers referred to in Article 3 of the Act of 5 December 1968 on collective labour agreements and joint commissions.
PROGRAMME 56/3. - PREPENSIONS
Grant to the Merchant Marine Life Security Fund to pay the additional allowances of the sector's expectations.
Art. 2.23.3
Formal allowances may be granted to members of delegations staying in Belgium as part of bilateral social collaboration, as well as to staff of the Department and public bodies subject to its accompanying guardianship, to cover their small expenses.
In addition to an amount set by the Minister of Employment, the social partners designated by the Minister may obtain reimbursement for the theoretical and practical training they organize in the context of bilateral social collaboration.
Art. 2.23.4
The Minister of Employment, after agreement of the Minister of Budget, is authorized to transfer, on the basis of a reasoned opinion from his department, within the framework of the debts of the promoters of projects prior to 1990 relating to the expenses of the past arising from the management of the European Structural Funds and in particular the European Social Fund for which the European Commission has operated under the Regulation (EC, Euratom) Council No. 1605/2002 of 25 June 2002 regulating the general budget of the European Communities and the regulations (EC, Eurotom) Commission No. 2342/2002 of 23 December 2002 establishing the terms and conditions for the execution of the above-named regulation, ex officio compensation.
Section 24. - SPF Social security
Art. 2.24.1
By derogation from section 66 of the Act of 22 May 2003 on the organization of the federal government's budget and accounting, advances of up to EUR 10,000 may be made to the department's accountants, as a result of paying claims for all service fees, allowances and allowances of any kind not exceeding EUR 1,000.
Authorization is given to these accountants to make the necessary advances to officials and experts on mission abroad, even if these advances are greater than EUR 1,000.
Payment of expert fees from other countries and fees resulting from arrangements with foreign countries may also be made in advance of funds, regardless of the amount.
Art. 2.24.2
Credits for various expenses of the social service and credits for the supplement pensions can be used as a subsidy to the ABL "Social Service of the SPF Social Security and the SPF Public Health, Safety of the Food Chain and Environment".
Art. 2.24.3
Within the limits of the basic allowances concerned, the following subsidies may be awarded:
PROGRAMME 54/1. - SOCIAL STATUS OF INDEPENDENTS
Endowment to Global Management, an independent plan for the social security route.
PROGRAMME 55/2. - HANDICAPE PERSONS
Subsidies to organizations, institutions, associations and groups that through study, information or other social activities, contribute to the integration of persons with disabilities (studies, research, study days, various interventions, information and propaganda on the policy of persons with disabilities...)
PROGRAMME 57/2. - GLOBAL MATTERS
Subsidies to organizations, institutions, associations and groups that through the study, information or other social activities are active in the field of family policy.
PROGRAMME 58/1. - ETUDES OF SOCIAL POLITICAL
Subsidies to organizations, institutions, associations and groups that through study, information or other social activities, contribute to the promotion of social progress (studies, research, study days, various interventions, information and propaganda about the various branches of social security...)
PROGRAMME 58/4. - DOTATIONS AND SUBSIDES
- Endowment to Global Management, employee plan as part of the social security journey.
- Subsides to the ASBL SIGeDIS for the management of the data bank: "Constitution of supplementary pensions".
PROGRAMME 59/1. - GUERRE VICTIMS
Subsidies to support the social action of certain federations and works in favour of the victims of war and their beneficiaries.
Art. 2.24.4
By derogation from article 61, first paragraph, of the Act of 22 May 2003 on the organization of the budget and accounting of the federal state, the basic allowance 55.22.343106 "payments of the allowances to the disabled under the Act of 27 February 1987" may present a debiting position in commitment and liquidation.
Section 25. - SPF Public Health, Food Chain Safety and Environment
Art. 2.25.1
By derogation from section 66 of the Act of 22 May 2003 on the organization of the budget and accounting of the Federal State, advances of up to 744 000 EUR may be made to the accountants of the department, to the effect of paying claims for all service costs, allowances and allowances of any kind not exceeding 5,500 EUR, as well as, no matter how much
Authorization is provided to these accountants to make the necessary advances to staff for the collection of samples. These advances are limited to EUR 2,000.
Authorization is given to these accountants to make the necessary advances to officials and experts on mission abroad, even if these advances are greater than EUR 3,000.
Payment of expert fees from other countries and fees resulting from arrangements with foreign countries may also be made in advance, regardless of the amount.
Art. 2.25.2
Credits for various expenses of the social service may be used as a subsidy to the A.S.B.L. "Social Service of the Public Health SPF, Safety of the Food and Environment Chain and SPF Social Security".
Art. 2.25.3
Within the relevant basic allowances, the following subsidies may be granted:
PROGRAMME 21/0. - SERVICES OF THE CHAIRMAN
- Grants, contributions as a member country or participation in operating costs for the benefit of international organizations in the field of Public Health.
- Subsidies to organizations based in Belgium and working with international organizations in the field of public health.
- Subsidies for direct financing of meetings in Belgium of experts from international organizations on public health, food chain protection and the environment.
- Subsides "Health in All Policies".
PROGRAMME 40/0
SUBSISTANCE PROGRAMME
Subside for Sport and Culture.
PROGRAMME 51/3 AIGUS, CHRONIC, AND PERSONS
Subsidies as compensation to live organ donors.
PROGRAMME 51/4 SERIOUS SANTEE
- Subsides to pilot projects "crisis units and case management" (9 hospitals).
- Subsidies to pilot projects "Integrated double diagnostic units" (2 hospitals).
PROGRAMME 51/6 SUBSIDES A DES ASSOCIATIONS
- Subsidies to various associations for the supervision and support of the citizen in his patient capacity.
- Subsidies to ASBL Medical errors.
- Subsidies to the associations "LEIF" and "EOL" with the aim of supporting doctors and informing the public about the legal provisions on euthanasia.
PROGRAMME 52/1. - BASIC HEALTH
- Subsidies to general practitioners and group practices on the modernization of medical practice.
- Subsidies to two representative organizations of general medicine for their scientific work on the modernization of medical practice.
- Grants to university or inter-university centres of general medicine for the training and scientific supervision of internship teachers.
- Subsidies to encourage initiatives taken in the context of public health information study and dissemination days.
- Subsidies to the Cancer Registry Foundation.
- Grants to home nursing practices and perinatal practices at home.
- Subsidies to inter-university organizations for the creation of training modules for the preparation of students for medical professions.
- Subsides to the circles of doctors agrees.
- Subsidies to the practices of general practitioners, home nursing and perinatal practices at home, with a view to supporting them in their administrative tasks and care programs.
- Subsidies to Integrated Home Care Services (ISD).
- Subsides at the Belgian Centre for Evidence-Based Medicine (CEBAM) to stimulate the knowledge of the Evicende-Based Medicine and its application in the various disciplines of care in Belgium.
- Subsidies to the scientific associations in nursing, such as the International Collaboration of the Praticians and Quality Intervenors - Health (CIPIQS) and the Wetenschappelijke Vereniging van Verpleegkunde en Vroedkunde (WVVV), for the development and dissemination of good practice guidelines in home care based on the Evidence Based Nursing.
- Subsides at the Royal Academy of Medicine in Belgium for the award of the quinquennial prizes in medical sciences.
- Subsides as part of the domestic violence campaign.
- Subsidies to the scientific and professional associations of doctors.
PROGRAMME 52/2. - CRISE MANAGEMENT
- Subsidies relating to the Urgent Medical Aid Fund (MUFA) under the Act of 8 July 1964.
- Subsides relating to the training centres for ambulance workers under the RA of 13 February 1998.
- Subside to the Red Cross Belgium/Rode Kruis Vlaanderen.
- Subside to the Anti-Population Center.
- Subsides at the Scientific Institute of Public Health.
- Subside to the Agency Call for Emergency Services.
- Subsides Courses without transport of Ambulance Services.
- Subsides Implementation PIT projects.
- Subsidies to training and training centres for ambulance workers
PROGRAMME 54/0. - SUBSISTANCE
- Mandatory subsidies to international organizations pursuant to Article 39 of the cooperation agreement of 18/06/2003 between the Federal Government and the Regions.
- Amounts, inter alia, due by the State, following convictions in court cases or for compensation of animals that have been subject to a slaughter order or a death order for diseases, as set out in chapter III of the Animal Health Act of 24 March 1987, in particular the measures and allowances under section 8 of the said Act, for the species for which the funds for which they have paid
- Grants as a share in operating costs to the OECD International Organization - Pesticide Program - in which DG4 has a representation.
- Subsidies to various associations for the supervision and/or support of citizen initiatives within the framework of the federal policy "Pets, Plants and Food".
PROGRAMME 54/1. - SANITARY POLICY
- Subsides as a share of intervention in operating costs to international organizations O.I.E. - EPPO and FAO in which DG4 has a representation.
PROGRAMME 54/2. - BIEN ETRE ANIMAL/CITES
- Subside for the study on the identification of birds protected by legislation concerning the protection of wildlife.
- Subsides as a share in operating costs to the international organization CITES in which DG4 has a representation.
PROGRAMME 54/3
ALIMENTATION AND OTHER CONSOMMATION PRODUCTS
- Subsides to the asbl "NUBEL" with a view to developing a scientific database on the nutritional composition of foods present in the Belgian market.
- Subsides to the CRIOC (Centre de Recherche et d'Information des Organisations de Consommateurs).
- Grants to CIRIHA (Information and Research Centre on Intolerance and Food Hygiene).
- Grants for studies necessary to support the EU Directives and Regulations on Food Additives with the exception of dyes and sweeteners that can be used in foodstuffs.
- Subsidies for studies in the field of micro biological risk assessment to be able to comply with European obligations.
- Subsides for the development of a tool for the general monitoring of GMOs in Belgium.
- Subsides necessary for the application of the National Nutrition Health Plan.
PROGRAMME 54/4. - INSPECTION
- Control of other consumer products, animal welfare and CITES.
PROGRAMME 55/0. - SUBSISTANCE PROGRAMME
- Subsides in energy saving.
- Operating and investment subsidies - for ecological projects - to companies (public and private companies), not-for-profit associations and others.
PROGRAMME 55/1
MULTILATERAL AND STRATEGIC AFFAIRS
- Subsidies as participation in the costs of operating and executing or contributing to international organizations in the implementation of conventions or protocols signed by Belgium for the protection of human and environmental conditions in the areas of air and water pollution, hazardous waste, chemicals, biotechnology and biodiversity, whaling, Antarctica and others.
- Subsidies as participation in OECD/IUCN projects.
- Subsides for capacity building projects.
- Subsides as participation in the OSCE project and subsidies for capacity building projects.
- Subsidies to scientific collaboration with some institutions in the fight against pollution and safety of risk industries.
- Subsidies to scientific collaboration on cross-border transport of industrial waste.
- Access to information, public participation in decision-making and access to justice in environmental matters.
- Subsidies to national and international associations/organizations active in the field of the environment.
- Subsidies to initiatives related to symposia and awareness-raising campaigns, study days and dissemination of information on environmental awareness; to scientific collaboration with certain institutions/organizations + structural funding of the NGO platform composed of the four coordinating bodies of Belgian NGOs for the environment, as a point of contact for their members in the coordination of the federal, international and European environmental policy (BBL/BRAL/I.E.B/I.E.W).
- Grants for biodiversity awareness.
- Grants to inter-union employment and environment networks.
- Subsidies to public sector associations/organizations (IRSNB).
- Subsidies for direct financing of meetings in Belgium, experts from international organizations on public health and environmental issues.
- Subsides as a contribution to the conservation of the marine fauna and flora of Antarctica.
- Operating and investment subsidies for ecological projects.
- Subsidies to universities.
PROGRAMME 55/2
CLIMATIC CHANGEMENTS (KYOTO)
- Subsides for the financing of organizations and associations (among other contributions Climate Action Network Europe asbl, VODO asbl, subsidies for local information evenings...).
- Subsides for the operation of international organizations (e.g. contribution to the UNFCCC Trust Fund for Supplementary Activities) and to the UNFCCC Trust Fund for Participation, for the following activities organized by the Secretariat of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change, related to the entry into force of the Kyoto Protocol on 16 February 2005 and the negotiations following the Bali Roadmap: linking the national register to the International Transaction Log (ITL Fee); support for the Bali Roadmap negotiations; support for the operation of the Technology Transfer Expert Group; support of other activities (Compliance Committee, database system, expert review process, joint implementation) e.a.
- Subsidies for public institutions.
- Subsidies for direct financing of meetings in Belgium, experts from international organizations on climate change policy.
- Subsidies as a maximum starting capital of EUR 1,500,000 to an anonymous public law corporation to be established by the Federal Investment Corporation to improve and realize the eco-efficiency of the Belgian economy.
- Operating and investment grants for green projects, energy saving projects and renewable energy projects.
PROGRAMME 55/3. - PRODUCT STANDARDS
- Subsidies to associations/organizations related to awareness-raising campaigns, days of information and awareness-raising activities on products that are more environmentally friendly (as reflected in the scope of the Act of 21 December 1998 on product standards), energy-saving products, sustainable or environmentally friendly construction and the promotion of energy-efficient products and appliances.
- Grants and/or awards to companies established in Belgium that take into account, in the development of their products, ecological aspects such as sustainable development, eco-efficiency, IPP, LCA, ea. (Support for the development of eco-design in Belgium).
- Subsidies for the promotion of energy efficient devices/products (time to change).
- Grant to the organization that supports the secretariat of the Reflection Chamber.
PROGRAMME 55/5. - MILIEU MARIN
- Subsidies as participation in operating and executing costs or contributions to international organizations in the implementation of conventions or protocols signed by Belgium for the protection of the marine environment.
- Subsidies to national and international associations/organizations active in the field of the marine environment and the fight against pollution of the North Sea.
- Subsidies to initiatives related to symposia and awareness-raising campaigns, study days and dissemination of information on awareness of marine issues, scientific collaboration with some institutions/organizations.
- Subsidies to public sector associations/organizations.
- Subsidies to scientific cooperation with some institutions for the protection of the marine environment and/or for the creation of marine protected areas.
- Subsides for both the private and public sector as an intervention in the costs related to the commitments and/or investments undertaken by these institutions in the fight against hydrocarbon pollution and other pollutions as well as for the protection of the marine environment (among other subsidies to the asbl "Revalidation center for birds and wild animals in Ostende", subsidies to the European project "Integrated coastal zone management"
- Subsidies related to the organization of awareness within the framework of the production of energy at sea and the resulting impacts on the marine environment.
- Subsidies for direct financing of meetings in Belgium, experts from international organizations on the policy of the marine environment.
- Subsides for capacity building projects.
- Subsides as Participation in IUCN projects and contributions related to the organization of international meetings abroad;
PROGRAMME 56/1. - NATIONAL RESEARCH
- Subsidies for the financing of the national genetic research register by the KUL's Centrum voor Menselijke Erfelijkheid;
- Subsidies for basic scientific research and international exchange of data on recent developments and problems in the field of prophylaxis, hygiene, food hygiene and pharmacy.
PROGRAMME 56/2. - SOUTH COUNCIL
- National funding to the Medical Scientific Research Fund.
PROGRAMME 58/1. - SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT
- Subsides to coupole organizations (Associations 21 and Vlaams Overleg Duurzame Ontwikkeling), among others to ensure the role of the civil society platform on sustainable development.
- Subsides through concrete actions, websites, projects, studies or research on sustainable development, in order to make it concrete in the eyes of the population.
- Subsidies to associations for their actions in the context of sustainable development, including the realization in the eyes of the population.
- Subsidies to federal public administrations to promote the concept of sustainable development in the federal government.
- Subsidies to companies for their actions in the context of sustainable development.
- Subsidies to international forums to promote the international sustainable development process.
- Subsidies to regional public administrations for the emergence of good practices in consumer change and production.
- Subsidies to local public administrations for the emergence of good local Agenda 21 practices.
- Subsides under the Energy Savings Fund.
- Subsidies to federal public administrations in support of the environmental management system and the impact assessment of decisions on sustainable development.
- Grants reducing interest in the energy savings fund.
- Grants to Member States of the European Union in activities related to sustainable development.
- Subsidies to the provinces.
- Subsides to the municipalities.
Art. 2.25.4
The budget of the Federal Agency for Food Chain Safety for the year 2011 is approved, annexed to this Act.
This budget is for revenues at 201 436 883 EUR and for expenditures at 201 207 864 EUR.
Art. 2.25.5
The provision in program 58/1 (A.B. 58.11.01.00.01 - Interdepartmental provision for expenses of any kind related to environmental management in federal institutions) may be apportioned, as appropriate, between the appropriate programs of the budgets of the various federal institutions, by Royal Order and with the agreement of the Minister of Budget.
Art. 2.25.6
The provision in program 58/2 (A.B. 58.21.01.00.01 - Provisional Energy Savings Investments) may be apportioned, as appropriate, between the appropriate programs of the budgets of the departments concerned, by Royal Order and with the agreement of the Minister of Budget.
Art. 2.25.7
The budget of the Federal Agency for Drugs and Health Products for the year 2011 is approved, annexed to this Act.
This budget is for revenues of 56 616 513 EUR and for expenditures of 56 616 513 EUR.
Art. 2.25.8
By derogation from section 52, paragraph 1, 1°, of the Act of 22 May 2003 on the organization of the budget and accounting of the federal State and by derogation from paragraph 3 of article 1-01-4 of this Act, the commitment credits of the basic allowances referred to therein may also be redistributed with the basic allowance 56/42.72.00.01.
Section 32. - SPF Economy, P.M.E., Average Classes and Energy
Art. 2.32.1
§ 1er. By derogation from Article 66 of the Act of 22 May 2003 on the organization of the budget and accounting of the Federal State, advances may be made.
Advances may be made to the relevant accountants, designated as part of Belgium's participation in international exhibitions, up to the level of the budgetary appropriations provided for this purpose and up to the level of the variable credits available for this purpose on the Fund for the Organization of International Exhibitions.
§ 2. Under the control of the Minister or his representative, subject to further justification by the Department and within the limits of budgetary appropriations, advances may be made available to the Treasures, designated by the Minister, to the International Exhibitions for the execution of expenditures.
Dependant payments of funds available on the variable credits of program 44/7 (International Exhibition Organization Fund) may be made, regardless of the amount, in advance of funds.
The potential balance of these advances as at December 31, 2010 may be used for the 2011 expenditures.
Art. 2.32.2
The budget of the Federal Office of the Plan for 2011 annexed to this Act is approved.
This budget is for revenues of EUR 9,242,000 and for expenditures of EUR 9,242,000.
Art. 2.32.3
By derogation from Article 62 of the Act of 22 May 2003 on the organization of the budget and accounting of the General State, the Debt Control Fund is authorized to present a debiting position in commitment and liquidation that cannot exceed 5 million EUR.
Art. 2.32.4
Within the limits of the basic allowances concerned, the following subsidies may be awarded:
PROGRAMME 21/1. - AID TO ALL DEPARTMENTS
Miscellaneous social service expenses, other than property purchases.
PROGRAMME 21/4
SUBVENTIONS A DES ORGANISMES EXTERNES
1) Intervention in the costs of publishing reports and studies as well as in the costs of organizing conferences and seminars.
(2) Grant to the permanent office of the Standing International Commission (I.C.) for the portable firearms test.
(3) Holding at the Institute for National Accounts (ICN).
PROGRAMME 21/5. - COMMUNICATION
Economic events (Royal Decree of 9 April 1962) both in Belgium and abroad (participations, various interventions, purchase or rental of equipment).
PROGRAMME 42/2. - AMELIORATION OF VIEW CONDITIONS AND SECURITY OF POPULATION, NOTICE BY THE TRANSPOSITION OF EUROPEAN DIRECTIVES
Population information on energy records and administrative management of energy records.
PROGRAMME 42/3. - FINANCING OF THE NUCLEAR PASSIF
1) Funding of the public body O.N.D.R.A.F.
2) At the Nuclear Energy Study Centre (NCE) for the financing of social liabilities.
3) Holdings to the O.N.D.R.A.F. for the Nuclear Licensing Fund.
PROGRAMME 42/4
SOCIAL POLICY FOR ENERGY
(1) Fonds social mazout
PROGRAMME 42/5
SUBVENTIONS A DES ORGANISMES EXTERNES
(1) Grant to the Interuniversity Institute of Nuclear Sciences (I.I.S.N.).
(2) Research Grant in the area of fusion and related research.
3) Belgium's contribution to R. & D programmes in the field of energy.
4) Charges incombant à l'État belge en vertu de sa participation à l'entreprise commune "Joint European Torus".
5) Economic assistance to Eastern European countries.
(6) Belgium ' s contribution to the European Centre for Nuclear Research (C.E.R.N.) in Geneva.
7) Grant to the Institute of Radio Elements (I.R.E.).
8) Grant for investments at the Institute of Radio Elements (I.R.E.).
9) Grant to the Nuclear Energy Study Centre (NCE).
10) Grant for exceptional investments to be made by the Nuclear Energy Study Centre (NCE).
11) Grant to the Institute of Radio Elements (I.R.E.) for specific operating expenses.
12) Grant to the International Energy Agency (IEA).
13) Presentation symposium
14) AEN Group
15) Halden Project
16) IRENA
17) CEN - Myrrha
18) Additional IIRE Grant for New Studies, New Investments and Projects
19) Grant to the International Energy Forum
PROGRAMME 42/8. - CONTRIBUTION OF THE BELGIUM TO ACTIVITIES OF THE COMMON COMPANIES FOR ITER AND OTHER FUSION ACTIVITIES
1) Grant to AGORIA for contact cell
(2) Direct contribution to the joint venture ITER
3) Grant to the Royal Military School (Research Activities)
4) Grant to the Royal Military School (Prototypes)
5) Euratom Contribution / Japan
PROGRAMME 43/3
PROTECTION OF THE RIGHT OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY
(1) Cotisation of Belgium at the World Intellectual Property Organization in Geneva.
(2) Charges in Belgium to the European Patent Office in Munich: tax adjustment of pensions.
3) EPO: Research Reports
4) Subside UPOV
PROGRAMME 44/6
SUBVENTION A DES ORGANISMES EXTERNES
Subsidy of a.s.b.l. Belgian Bioindustries Association (B.B.A.).
PROGRAMME 44/7. - DISTRIBUTION AND EXHIBITIONS
Grant to the International Exhibition Office in Paris.
PROGRAMME 45/1. - SUBVENTIONS TO EXTERNAL BODIES AND OTHER DEPENSES
(1) Grants to organizations, institutions and individuals involved in applied research, information and representation studies at the national level for the benefit of independents and small and medium-sized enterprises.
(2) Applied research grants in the SME sector.
3) Funding
4) Membership in CEFIP
PROGRAMME 46/4
SUBVENTIONS A DES ORGANISMES EXTERNES
(1) Grant to international metrological organizations.
(2) Grant to international associations active in the field of certification and accreditation.
3) Grant to the International Cold Institute (I.I.F.).
4) SCEPYLT Grant (Traceability of Explosives).
PROGRAMME 46/5. - NORMALISATION
(1) Grant pre-normative research.
(2) Specific actions of the Collective Centres for Small and Medium Enterprises.
3) Grant to the Normalization Office (N.B.N.).
PROGRAMME 48/4. - SUBVENTIONS TO EXTERNAL BODIES AND ECONOMIC MANIFESTMENTS
1) Grant to the International Statistical Institute in The Hague.
2) Grant to the Belgian Society of Demographics.
3) Grant to the Belgian Statistical Society.
PROGRAMME 49/0. - SUBSISTANCE PROGRAMME
1) Bel - IDB.
PROGRAMME 49/1 PROTECTION OF LAW TO CONSOMMATION
1) Grant to the Consumer Organizations Research and Information Centre (C.R.I.O.C.).
2) Grants to associations in the context of consumer protection and information.
3) Subsidy to a.s.b.l. "Commission des Litiges Voyages".
PROGRAMME 49/3
SUBVENTIONS A DES ORGANISMES EXTERNES
1) Contribution to the European Consumer Centre (Euroguichet).
(2) Credit Observatory
3) Contribution to the Internet supported Communication System for Market Surveillance (ICSMS).
(4) Subside to Prosafe (Best practice market surveillance).
5) Service Mediation banks.
PROGRAMME 50/1. - CHARBONNAGE
Grants to coal-fired personnel affected by closure measures.
PROGRAMME 60/1. - BUREAU FEDERAL DU PLAN
The Federal Office of the Plan.
Art. 2.32.5
By derogation from section 62 of the Act of 22 May 2003 on the organization of the federal government's budget and accounting, the available resources of the Copyright Fund (Program 47/1) up to EUR 450,000 are disbursed and added to the general resources of the Treasury.
Section 33. - SPF Mobility and Transport
Art. 2.33.1
By derogation from section 66 of the Act of 22 May 2003 on the organization of the budget and accounting of the federal state, advances of funds may be made to the accountants of the Federal Public Service Mobility and Transport, which are validated by the officer, officer of the Service, or by his or her delegate, and are attributed by the competent minister to cover the payment of the expenses that have been recovered below.
The accountant has a specific financial account, open to its name and on which the central accountant transfers the amount of the advance of funds from the Financial Expenditure Account of the Federal Public Service Mobility and Transport. This transfer is a purely financial operation.
The maximum amount for which an advance of small expenses may be awarded is EUR 5,000.
A small-cost supplementary fund advance may be requested when the balance of the means of payment on the accountant's financial account is EUR 2,500 or less.
The amount of a small expenditure cannot exceed 500 EUR VAT included.
The accountant may make available to staff members means of payment for small expenses, either in cash or via an electronic wallet or through a debit card.
The maximum amount for which an advance of funds for expenses under a foreign mission can be awarded is EUR 25,000.
A supplementary fund advance for these expenses may be requested when the balance of the means of payment on the accountant's financial account is EUR 10,000 or less.
The accountant may make available to public servants on mission abroad means of payment for expenses, in cash up to EUR 500, either via a debit card or via debit card.
An employee for whom means of payment have been made available by the accountant must justify his or her expenses by means of supporting documentation in order to demonstrate the expenditures in the accountant's management account. It shall pay the balance, without delay, of the advance of funds received and the expenses justified to the accountant of the relevant funds advances.
The Accountant shall record the expenditures made by the advances of funds on the appropriate commitment and liquidation credit.
If a fund advance or part of it is no longer required for the continuity of the service, the accountant shall remit the balance without delay on the account of the financial revenues of the centralizing accountant.
The competent minister informs the Court of Accounts on a monthly basis with respect to the advances of funds he has allocated.
The Coordinator, a senior official of the Federal Public Service Mobility and Transport or his delegate, is responsible for the regular follow-up of requests and grants from accountants.
Accountants and their alternates are designated by the competent minister or his or her delegate. The designation order describes the specific tasks of the accountants, indicates the number of the financial account on which the accountant will receive his or her advance of funds and sets the date on which the accountant manages it, in accordance with the rules established by the competent minister. A copy of this order is forwarded to the Minister of Budget and Finance.
Art. 2.33.2
By derogation from section 62 of the Act of 22 May 2003 on the organization of the federal budget and accounting, the funds mentioned below may present in 2011 a debtor balance of:
- the fund for the Organization of Exceptional Transport: EUR 250,000
- the fund for the operation of the Brussels-National Airport Rail Transport and Operation Control Service: EUR522,000
- the fund for the operation of the Railway Safety Authority: EUR 2,150 000
- the fund for the operation of the railway accident investigation agency: EUR 275,000.
Art. 2.33.3
Within the limits of the basic allowances concerned, the following subsidies may be granted:
PROGRAMME 21/0. - SUBSISTANCE
Subsides at the ABL Social Service of the Federal Public Service Mobility and Transport.
PROGRAMME 21/1. - STUDIES AND ACTIONS FOR MOBILITY AND TRANSPORT
Mobility and transport subsidies.
PROGRAMME 21/2. - FUNCTIONAL EXPERTISE AND SUPPORT IN MOBILITY
(1) Subsidies under the sustainable mobility policy.
(2) Subsidies related to the promotion of combined transport
PROGRAMME 51/1. - RAIL TRANSPORT
Subsidies planned for the execution of management contracts between the State and the Public Law Associations Infrabel, the SNCB and the SNCB Holding.
PROGRAMME 52/0. - SUBSISTANCE
Grant to the National Geographic Institute as part of the "low air database".
PROGRAMME 52/1. - REGULATION OF AIR TRAFFIC AND INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION
(1) Weather Stations Montreal: Belgium's participation in the operating costs of weather and safety stations in the North Atlantic Ocean.
2) International Civil Aviation Organization (OACI Montréal), European Commission for Civil Aviation (CEAC Neuilly sur Seine - France), participation of Belgium in operating costs.
PROGRAMME 52/5. - FUNDS FOR THE FINANCING AND AMELIORATION OF CONTROL, INSPECTION AND INQUTE MEDITORIES AND PREVENTION PROGRAMMES
Contributions to international organizations in the context of air navigation.
PROGRAMME 53/2. - MARINA MARCHANDE
(1) Secretariat for the information system within the framework of the Paris Agreement Memorandum concerning the control of ships by the State of the Port: contribution of Belgium in the operating costs.
(2) Intergovernmental Maritime Organization (O.M.I. London).
(3) Patrol services for iceberg observation in the North Atlantic.
PROGRAMME 56/0. - SUBSISTANCE
(1) Association belge de la route
2) Intelligent Transport Systems.
PROGRAMME 56/2. - TRANSPORT INFRASTRUCTURE
Subsidies for the financing of initiatives under the Cooperation Agreement concluded on 15/09/1993 between the Federal State and the Brussels-Capital Region as supplemented by its successive amendments.
PROGRAMME 56/4. - ORGANIZATION AND SECURITY OF ROAD TRANSPORT
Grants to organizations or institutions as part of road safety activities or days of study.
PROGRAMME 57/0. - PERMANENT CELLULE CHARGEE DE LA GESTION DU CADRE ORGANIQUE DISTINCT DU SERVICE PUBLIC FEDERAL MOBILITY AND TRANSPORT
Subsides to the ABL Social Service of the Federal Public Service Mobility and Transport.
Art. 2.33.4
The amount of EUR 100,000 000 from the proceeds of the tax of natural persons to be allocated to the Fund for the Financing of the International Role and the Brussels Capital Function pursuant to Article 481 of the Programme Law of 22 December 2003, is increased by EUR 25,000.
Art. 2.33.5
All revenues from the Aerial Transport Directorate are allocated to the Fund for the Financing and Improvement of Control, Inspection and Investigation Means and Aeronautics Prevention Programs.
Art. 2.33.6
By derogation from section 62 of the Act of 22 May 2003 on the organization of the federal budget and accounting, the available means of the organic funds mentioned below are partially disaffected and added to the general resources of the Treasury:
- those of the Financing Fund for the International Role and Capital Function of Brussels (Programme 56/2) up to EUR 143,000;
- those of the Fund for the Financing and Improvement of Control, Inspection and Investigation and Aeronautics Prevention Programs (Program 52/5) up to EUR 2,331,000;
- those of the Fund relating to the operation of the Railway Transport Regulatory Service and the Brussels-National Airport Exploitation (Program 54/1) up to EUR 215,000;
- those of the Railway Safety Authority (Programme 51/2) operating fund up to EUR 511,000;
- those of the Fund relating to the operation of the Railway Accident Investigation Organization (Program 51/3) up to EUR 187 000.
Art. 2.33.7
Within the limits of the basic allowance 33 52 20 81 11 01 a recoverable advance may, by royal decree deliberated in the Council of Ministers, be granted to Belgocontrol for the strictly necessary expenses to the continuity of public service
Art. 2.33.8
By derogation from section 52, paragraph 1er, 1° of the Act of 22 May 2003 on the organization of the budget and accounting of the federal state, the following basic allowances can be redistributed between them and only between them:
AB 33 52 01 11.00.16 and AB 33 52 02 12.21.48
AB 33 51 40 11.00.16 and AB 33 51 40 12.21.48
AB 33 51 50 11.00.17 and AB 33 51 50 12.21.48
Section 44. - SPP Social integration, poverty reduction and social economy
Art. 2.44.1
By derogation from section 66 of the Act of 22 May 2003 concerning the organization of the budget and accounting of the federal state, advances of up to EUR 100,000 may be made to the accountants of the department, to the effect of paying claims for all operating expenses, allowances and allowances of any kind not exceeding EUR 5,500, as well as, no matter how much,
Authorization is given to these accountants to make the necessary advances to officials and experts on mission abroad, even if these advances are greater than EUR 3,000.
Payment of expert fees from other countries and fees resulting from arrangements with third countries may also be made in advance of funds, regardless of the amount.
Art. 2.44.2
Expenditures relating to prior budgetary years may be charged against current year appropriations in the following cases:
PROGRAMME 55/3. - HOME OF ASILE DEMANDERS
Miscellaneous fees and revenues (rental charges, personnel, consumer expenses, medical expenses, etc.) related to the operation of the reception of asylum seekers organized by the Federal Agency for the reception of asylum seekers and its partners.
Art. 2.44.3
Credits for various expenses of the social service can be used as a subsidy to the ABL "Social Service of the SPF Social Security and the SPF Public Health, Safety of the Food Chain and Environment".
Art. 2.44.4
Within the relevant basic allowances, the following subsidies may be awarded:
PROGRAMME 55/1. - EXISTENCE SECURITY
Subsidies to public social assistance centres (CPAS) for their mutual cooperation in the execution of their missions.
Grants to CPAS for the promotion of the social, cultural and sports participation of their users.
Subsidies to CPAS for the costs of measures, taken under the National Plan to Combat the Digital Divide.
Grants to CPAS for the award of installation bonuses to people who lose their homeless status but who are not entitled to integration income.
Subsidies to CPAS for the delivery of important data for the policy on the right to social integration and financial social assistance.
Grants to CPAS for their costs when they intervene by advancing rental guarantees.
Grants to CPAS unions to support CPAS in carrying out their missions.
Grants encouraging days of study, research, dissemination of information on the fight against poverty.
Subsidies supporting integration initiatives in the society of certain groups that, due to financial, family or social circumstances, do not participate fully.
Subsidies to organizations promoting the reintegration of former drug addicts.
Subsidies to private organizations for the help they give to special target groups, such as the Belges repatriated.
Subsidies to the Poverty Reduction Service, CPAS and ASBL as part of the European Year to Fight Poverty
Granting of the Annual Poverty Reduction Award to a private or legal person (CPAS, ASBL, private enterprise, ...).
PROGRAMME 55/3. - HOME OF ASILE DEMANDERS
Subsidies to organizations and communes that support the first reception and distribution of refugees.
Subsidies to organizations for the individual assessment of the specific needs of vulnerable people and adaptation of their accommodation.
Subsidies to organizations supporting psychological assistance initiatives (individual care, prevention tools, information and training).
Subsidies to organizations to make the stay in reception structures more useful to everyone by acquiring a transposable know-how (e.g., basic learning, literacy, national language learning, qualifying training, etc.), whatever the outcome of the asylum procedure.
Subsidies to organizations for individualized information on the rights and obligations of asylum seekers, in particular with regard to the right to social assistance and conditions of reception, procedure and legal assistance, institutional landscape, living conditions in Belgium and assistance in return.
Subsidies to organizations carrying out social Interpretation missions.
Subsidies to organizations for the development of local communication policies and strengthening general means of communication on the reception of asylum seekers.
Subsidies to organizations for the development of voluntary return programmes or projects.
PROGRAMME 55/4. - SOCIAL ECONOMIC
Subsidies for support of innovative initiatives in the social economy.
Grants related to the Open Stadium Fund.
Subsidies under the social economy component of the spring programme.
Subsidies as part of the integrated approach to socially and environmentally responsible production.
Subsides to support social entrepreneurship.
PROGRAMME 55/5. - POLICY OF GREAT VILLES
Subsides as part of the city's policy.
Subsidies to local authorities through local initiatives in social integration, security, employment, poverty alleviation, social economy and improved living conditions.
Subsidies to local authorities for innovative projects.
Subsidies to CPAS for the additional workload resulting from regularized support.
Contributions to European cooperation agreements.
Subsidies to local authorities for urban prevention projects to combat insecurity.
PROGRAMME 56/1. - DOCUP FEDERAL EMPLOI
Subsides under federal programming 2000-2006.
Subsides under federal programming 2007-2013.
Art. 2.44.5
The amounts paid to the C.P.A.S. in previous years under the Act of 2 April 1965 on the Care of Relief granted by the Public Social Assistance Centres, the Act of 7 August 1974 establishing the right to a minimum of means of existence and the law of 26 May 2002 on the right to social integration may be considered for the year 2011 as advances for the year.
Art. 2.44.6
The budget of the Federal Agency for the reception of asylum seekers for 2011 is approved, annexed to this Act.
This budget is for revenues of 356 516 089 EUR and for expenditures of 415 172 391 EUR.
The difference between the total expenditures and the total revenues of the Federal Agency for the reception of asylum seekers will be financed by the use of the financial reserves, including, if necessary, unavailable reserves.
Art. 2.44.7
The available balance of previous years under the law of 7 August 1974 establishing the right to a minimum of means of existence, and the law of 26 May 2002 concerning the right to social integration, may be used to cover the expenses inherent in the current fiscal year.
The available balance of previous years under the Act of 2 April 1965 on the care of relief provided by public welfare centres can be used to cover the expenses inherent in the current fiscal year.
Art. 2.44.8
By derogation from Article 66 of the Act of 22 May 2003 concerning the organization of the budget and accounting of the federal state, advances may be made to the appropriate accountant for the expenses of the organic fund "Belgian European Social Fund". None of these advances are subject to a maximum amount, except for programming 1994-1999, for which they cannot exceed the available variable credits.
Art. 2.44.9
§ 1. Licensing authorities are granted for the following organic funds up to the amounts indicated:
- Federal European Social Fund (56/2) Programme 2007-2013: EUR 8,917,000;
- Federal Social Fund - Employment Scheme 2000-2006: EUR 1,235 000;
- Federal Social Fund - Social Integration Scheme 2000-2006: EUR 1,004 000;
- European Third Country Integration Fund: EUR 611,000.
Any undertaking under this Article shall be subject to the visa of the Registrar of Commitments and the Court of Accounts.
Prior to the 10th of each month, the Comptroller of Commitments shall forward to the Court of Auditors, together with supporting documents, a statement in three copies and mentioning, on the one hand, the amount of the commitments covered in the past month and, on the other hand, the amount of the commitments covered since the beginning of the year.
§ 2. By derogation from section 62 of the Act of 22 May 2003 on the organization of the federal budget and accounting, the following organic funds are authorized to present a debiting position in liquidation, which cannot exceed the amounts mentioned:
- Federal European Social Fund - programming 2007-2013: 5,519,000 EUR;
- European Federal Social Fund - Social Integration Component - 2000-2006 Programming: EUR 132 000.
Section 46. - SPP Scientific policy
Art. 2.46.1
By derogation from Article 15 of the Organic Law of the Court of Auditors of 29 October 1846, advances of funds may be made for a maximum amount of money
- EUR 400,000 to the Special Accountants of the SPP Scientific Policy and the Extraordinary Accountants of the Institutions under its control;
- EUR 1,000 000 to the extraordinary accountant of the National Botanical Garden of Belgium
With these advances, the extraordinary accountants of the SPP and the National Botanical Garden of Belgium can make the payment of claims of any kind, including the purchase of heritage furniture, not exceeding 5,500 EUR.
The potential balance of these advances as at December 31, 2010 may be used for the 2011 expenditures.
Art. 2.46.2
By derogation from Article 15 of the Organic Law of the Court of Accounts of 29 October 1846, advances of successive funds in an amount not exceeding EUR 2,500 may be made to the Accountant responsible for the liquidation of relief and social benefits.
Art. 2.46.3
Within the limits of the basic allowances concerned, the following subsidies may be granted:
PROGRAMME 21/0. - DIRECTION AND MANAGEMENT
Grant to the Social Service of the Science Policy PPS.
PROGRAMME 60/1. - RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT IN THE NATIONAL FRAMEWORK
1. Funding for R & D government impulse programs within the national framework.
2. Financing interuniversity attraction poles.
3. Financing of the technological attraction poles.
4. Financing studies, research and missions on behalf of third parties.
5. Financing of construction, management, operation and maintenance, as well as scientific projects related to the Belgian base in Antarctica.
6. Grants to Academia Belgica in Rome and the Belgian Historical Institute in Rome.
7. Heritage Grant of the Academy of Sciences of Outre-Mer.
8. Grant to the National Commissions under the joint auspices of the Academy of Sciences, Letters and Fine Arts of Belgium and the Koninklijke Academie voor Wetenschappen, Letteren en Schone Kunsten van België.
9. Funding of PPS Operational Centres Science Policy.
10. Grant for the recruitment of additional researchers at federal universities and scientific institutions as part of the measures to support the research policy in the multi-year employment plan.
11. Coverage of R-D expenditures of Airbus aircraft.
12. Provision to the Scientific and Technical Information Service (S.I.S.T.).
13. The Belgian telematic network "Belnet".
14. Membership in the Polar Secretariat.
15. Funding for scientific support to federal drug policy.
16. Financing of the programme for the return of Belgian scientific competence.
17. Grant to the asbl "Prince Laurent Foundation".
18. Grant to the Center for Nuclear Energy Studies (CEN) for the MYRRHA project.
PROGRAMME 60/2. - RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT IN INTERNATIONAL FRAMEWORK
1. Funding for R & D government impulse programs in the international framework.
2. Belgian participation in the activities of the European Space Agency.
3. Belgian participation in bilateral or multilateral space projects (excluding ASE).
4. Grants to intergovernmental scientific research and public service organizations.
5. Grants to international scientific research and public service organizations, groups and centres.
6. Belgian participation in international scientific policy activities.
7 Belgian contribution to the Eureka Secretariat "Technology".
8. Grant to the von Karman Institute.
PROGRAMME 60/3
FEDERAL AND ASSIMILES SCIENTIFIC ETABLEMENTS
1. Federal scientific institutions under the Minister of Science Policy.
2. Grant to the Study and Documentation Centre "War and Contemporary Societies".
3. Funding for R & D actions of federal scientific institutions.
4. Specific allocation to federal scientific institutions.
5. Support activity for federal scientific institutions - additional staffing.
6. Grant to the International Centre for Studies for the Conservation and Restoration of Cultural Property (ICCROM).
7. Grant to the Royal Cinema Library.
8. Archives of history and news.
9. Grant to the Cinema Museum.
10. Grant à l'asbl Decentralisation des films classique et contemporains.
11. Grant to the asbl Mont des Arts.
12. Additional provision to federal scientific institutions for the maintenance of heating and air conditioning equipment.
13. Additional allocation to federal and assimilated scientific institutions for the safeguarding of collections at risk.
14. Additional allocation to federal scientific institutions to strengthen their research capacity.
15. Additional allocation for refinancing of federal scientific institutions.
16. Funding for the digitalization of the collections of the Federal Scientific Establishments and the CEGES.
17. Complementary allocation for the monetary revalorization of contractual scientific staff of the Federal Scientific Establishments and CEGES.
PROGRAMME 60/4
ENSIGNMENT-FORMATION; EDUCATIVE ACTIVITIES
1. Grant to the College of Europe (Bruges).
2. Grant to the Fondation Biermans-L apostle (Paris).
3. An exceptional grant to the Biermans-L apostle Foundation for the coverage of the loan refund.
4. Grants to the University Foundation.
5. Grant to the "Belgian-American Educational Foundation".
PROGRAMME 61/1. - COMMON CULTURAL ACTIVITIES
1. Grant to the Belgian Museum Friends Federation and other cultural support associations.
2. Grant to the Children's Museum.
3. Grant to the Belgian Centre for Musical Documentation (CEBEDEM).
4. Grant to concert associations meeting the criteria set out in the Royal Decree of 20 January 1956 defining the conditions for granting grants to concert associations.
5. Grant to the Musical Chapel "Reine Elisabeth".
6. Queen Elisabeth International Competition - Government Award.
7. Grant to the asbl "Jeune Philharmonie".
8. Fees for music promotion.
9. Fees related to the opening of the Royal Palace to the public.
10. Financing of the library of the Royal Conservatory of Music.
11. Grant to Fundation Europalia International.
PROGRAMME 61/2. - EXTERNAL RELATIONS
1. Grants to international youth organizations.
2. Belgian contribution to the financing of the "Commission for Educational Exchanges USA, Belgium, Luxemburg".
3. Grant to the Secretariat of the International Federation of Musical Youth.
4. Other international grants and contributions.
5. Purchases of publications and works of art for cultural promotion abroad.
PROGRAMME 61/4. - ENSIGNMENT-FORMATION (excluding Scientific Policy) AND SCOLAN INVESTMENTS
Grant to the SHAPE International School.
Art. 2.46.4
The commitment credits for the following expenses are allocated by decision of the Council of Ministers:
- Government impulses of R & D within the national framework (programme 60/1);
Interuniversity amusement poles (Program 60/1);
- Technology attraction poles (Program 60/1);
- coverage of R & D expenditures of Airbus aircraft (programme 60/1);
- Belgian participation in non-ASE bilateral or multilateral space projects (programme 60/2).
Art. 2.46.5
In addition to the Belgian contribution to the budget of the EUREKA Secretariat "Technology", the Minister of Science Policy is authorized, in accordance with the commitments made by Belgium, to bear, at the expense of his budget, the costs of rent and the rental expenses (including the expenditure of electricity and heating) of the EUREKA Secretariat "Technology", as well as to reimburse the Secretariat the amount of the tax on the value paid by it
Art. 2.46.6
The Minister of Science Policy is authorized to waive, in accordance with the unanimous commitments of the member countries of the European Space Agency, the recovery of national fees and taxes affecting the cost of the work and supplies carried out in Belgium for this organization and whose payment in national currency or euro has been advanced to the dependant of its budget, and to repay to this organization in addition to the Belgian contribution, the amount of any national fees and taxes paid in national currency or euro by the aforementioned Agency.
Art. 2.46.7
By derogation from section 52, paragraph 1er, 1°, of the Act of 22 May 2003 concerning the organization of the budget and accounting of the federal State, and of Article 1-01-4 § 2 of this Law, the appropriations of the basic allowances 60.11.11.00.16, 60.21.11.00.18, 60.22.11.00.20 and 61.11.41.00.16 may be, by means of redistributions of basic allowances, transferred to the base allowance 21.01.
Art. 2.46.8
By derogation from section 52, paragraph 1er, 1°, of the Act of 22 May 2003 on the organization of the budget and accounting of the Federal State, the appropriations of the basic allowances 60.11.11.00.16, 60.12.11.00.17, 60.21.11.00.18 and 60.22.11.00.20 may be redistributed between them.
Art. 2.46.9
The credits of Program 5 of Division 61 (Education and Culture) can be used to pay the fees of lawyers representing the State in the disputes related to the "loads of the past" of the former Ministry of Education/Onderwijs.
Art. 2.46.10
By derogation from Article 1-01-4 § 2 of this Law, the commitment credits of the basic allowances 60.31.41.00.10, 60.31.41.00.11, 60.32.41.00.14, 60.32.41.00.15, 60.32.41.00.16, 60.33.41.00.17, 60.33.41.00.18, 60.34.41.00.19, 60.34.41.00.20 and 60.34.41.00.22
Section 51. - Public debt
Art. 2.51.1
By derogation from section 52, first paragraph, 1° of the Act of 22 May 2003 on the organization of the federal government's budget and accounting, all commitment and liquidation credits listed in this section of the budget may, at the request of the Minister of Finance and with the agreement of the Minister of Budget, be redistributed to each other.
Section 52. - Financing of the European Union
Art. 2.52.1
The Minister of Finance may make advances for urgent payments resulting from Belgium's obligations at the European level and which are addressed to the Treasury Services responsible for European and international financial matters.
CHAPTER 3. - Restitution and allocation funds
Art. 3-01-1
The transactions carried out on the restitution and allocation funds during the 2011 fiscal year are assessed in accordance with the table annexed to this Act.
Art. 3-01-2
The method of disposition of each of the funds mentioned in the tables annexed to this Act is set out next to the number of the article pertaining to each of them:
- the funds, which are subject to the prior visa of the Court of Accounts, are indicated in letter A;
- the funds and accounts, which are prepared by the Minister of Finance, are indicated in letter B;
- the funds and accounts, which are directly disposed of by the accountants who made the revenues, are indicated in letter C.
CHAPTER 4. - Separate management state services.
Art. 4-01-1
The budgets of the Separate Management State Services for the 2011 fiscal year are approved in accordance with the tables annexed to this Act.
Art. 4-01-2
The method of payment of the expenses of each of the Separate Management Services, as set out in the tables annexed to this Act, is indicated next to the number of the article pertaining to each of them:
- services, whose expenses are subject to the prior visa of the Court of Accounts, are indicated by letter A;
- services, whose expenses are incurred by the Minister of Finance, are indicated in letter B;
- services, whose expenses are incurred directly by the accountants who made the revenues, are indicated in letter C.
Art. 4-01-3
By derogation from Article 16 of the Act of 28 June 1989 amending the Act of 28 June 1963 amending and supplementing the laws on State accounting, the provisions of Articles 1er and 5 of the same Act are not applicable in the 2011 fiscal year in respect of the Separate State Services that have no legal basis and whose estimation of operations is resumed in the budgetary tables annexed to this Act.
CHAPTER 5. - State enterprises
Art. 5-01-1
By derogation from Article 112 of the Acts on State Accounting, coordinated on 17 July 1991, expenses resulting from the provision of goods or services are charged to the budget of the year in which the invoice is dated.
Art. 5-01-2
By derogation from Article 114 of the State Accounting Laws, coordinated on 17 July 1991, the capital transactions budget may include non-limitative credits. In this case, the wording mentions it. This option is limited to refunds and payments (articles 91.11 to 94.11 of the budget of the Royal Mint of Belgium).
Art. 5-01-3
The Royal Mint of Belgium is authorized in 2011 to offer coins or medals for a maximum amount of EUR 14,873.61.
Promulgate this law, order that it be clothed with the seal of the State and published by the Belgian Monitor.
Given in Brussels on 30 May 2011.
ALBERT
By the King:
The Prime Minister,
Y. LETERME
Minister of Finance,
D. REYNDERS
The Minister of Budget,
G. VANHENGEL
The Secretary of State in Budget,
Mr. WATHELET
Seal of the state seal:
Minister of Justice,
S. DE CLERCK
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Note
(1) House of Representatives:
Documents:
Doc. 53 1348 (2010/2011):
001: Bill - Part Ire.
002: Bill - Part II.
003 to 007: Amendments.
008 : Erratum
009: Report reference.
010: Amendment.
011: Text adopted in plenary and subject to Royal Assent.
See also:
Full report: 18-19 May 2011.

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